Healthcare Sciences - Postgraduate Research Programmes
Postgraduate Research programmes available for online application in the Cardiff School of Healthcare Sciences are listed below, together with possible start dates.
The titles of research programmes are generic to encompass the wide range of research opportunities available. The research areas for MPhil and PhD specified below reflect the areas of expertise within this School. You will be given an opportunity to specify your proposed project/topic later in the application.
Research Areas for MPhil and PhD include:
Clinical Kinaesiology, Occupation and Health, Radiography: Communication in Healthcare Settings, Teenage Cancer, Educational and Professional Practice in Healthcare Studies Work and Organisation, Health Knowledge, Health Technologies, Genetics, Mental Health, Long Term Conditions, Evidence Appraisal, Sythesis and Utilisation and Clinical Practice Development and Education Research.
To proceed with your application:
- identify the programme you want to apply for;
- decide whether you would like to study on a full time or part time basis;
- click on your preferred start date.
|Programme name||Mode of attendance||Starting date|
|Master of Philosophy (Health Care Studies) (October Start)||Full-time||01-Oct-2016|
|Doctor of Philosophy (Healthcare Studies) (October Start)||Full-time||01-Oct-2016|
|Combined Professional Doctorate (Nursing)||Part-time||01-Oct-2016|
|Doctor of Advanced Healthcare Practice (DAHP)||Part-time||01-Oct-2016|
|Master of Philosophy (Health Care Studies) (October Start)||Part-time||01-Oct-2016|
|Doctor of Philosophy (Healthcare Studies) (October Start)||Part-time||01-Oct-2016|
If you have difficulty locating the programme you want to apply for:
- check the name of the programme using the undergraduate or postgraduate prospectus
- contact the Admissions Section at Cardiff University Registry by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by telephone +44 (0) 29 2087 9999 (08:30 to 17:00 GMT Monday to Friday)
- download and complete an undergraduate or postgraduate paper application form.