Watch this webinar to find out more about our Bioinformatics and Bioinformatics with Genetic Epidemiology MSc programmes.
Introduction to Palliative Medicine for Healthcare Professionals MSc
Join programme director Dr Fiona Rawlinson to discuss the content and teaching methods of the Palliative Medicine for Healthcare Professionals MSc.
Introduction to Advanced Surgical Practice, Pain Management and Critical Care
Sue Jenkins from the Centre for Medical Education gives an overview of the Advanced Surgical Practice, Pain Management and Critical Care programmes, as well as taking audience questions.
Introduction to Genetic and Genomic Counselling
Join programme director Professor Marion McAllister and find out more about the Genetic and Genomic Counselling MSc programme at Cardiff University School of Medicine.
Introduction to Psychiatry
Join programme director Dr Athanasios Hassoulas and find out more about the Psychiatry MSc programme at Cardiff University School of Medicine.
Introduction to Neonatal Medicine MSc
Join programme director Dr Ian Morris as he outlines the Neonatal Medicine MSc course in more detail.
Preparing for your postgraduate taught studies
Find out more about preparing for your postgraduate taught course at Cardiff University School of Medicine.
Postgraduate Taught eLearning at the School of Medicine
Our Postgraduate Taught Director, Professor Ann Taylor, answers audience questions about the delivery of eLearning in this presentation and Q&A webinar recording.
Postgraduate Research at the School of Medicine
Find out more about Postgraduate Research within Cardiff University School of Medicine in this on demand webinar.
Why study with us?
Postgraduate Study at Cardiff University School of Medicine
Find out why our staff and students recommend choosing Cardiff as the next step in your medical education.
We are one of the largest providers of medically related postgraduate taught courses in the UK.
Many of our courses are part or fully distance learning, allowing you to benefit from our expertise wherever you are based.
Our programmes aim to enhance the careers and knowledge base of existing healthcare professionals and others in related fields
How we are adapting to COVID-19
As a provider of distance-learning postgraduate taught courses, we are experts in delivering learning experiences globally, with students from many different locations undertaking their postgraduate study with us.
The pandemic requires flexibility from all medical schools. As an innovative Medicine programme, we have always risen to a challenge and are doing so now.
We are optimistic but practical, so are planning for multiple scenarios. Whether you are considering distance learning with us or one of our blended or face-to-face courses, we can promise you that you will meet your learning outcomes across the length of your course.
Your safety is paramount and we work closely with Welsh government and the NHS to ensure this. We also know this situation will change over time, so we're prepared for our plans to change too. We will keep you up-to-date with any changes and ensure that you get the full learning experience, adapted if necessary to ensure the safety of our students and staff.
An introduction to our range of postgraduate taught programmes
This is an interprofessional, distance learning course, intended for healthcare professionals who want to specialise in the field of surgical and perioperative care.
The aim of this programme is to provide individuals with a platform to explore, analyse and interpret contemporary biological data. This course offers Master’s level instruction in Bioinformatics with a focus on genomic bioinformatics.
Designed for doctors with at least one year of general medical experience, this MSc offers a structured education in dermatology and gives a firm grounding in the fundamentals of clinical and scientific dermatology.
This is an interprofessional, e-Learning programme, intended for healthcare professionals wishing to specialise in acute care or critical care, and those who teach within such settings.
This distance learning MSc programme in Diabetes has been established to equip healthcare professionals who have a special interest in diabetes with a sound knowledge of diabetes and diabetes-related issues as they present in practice.
Genetic and Genomic Counselling
During this MSc programme, you will be given a thorough grounding in human genomics, genetics, genetic analysis and bioinformatics, in communication and counselling skills, and in the skills required for you to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team providing genetic and genomic counselling for families.
Our Medical Education programmes are committed to promoting excellence in learning and teaching for health professionals. They are for all medical, dental and other health professionals who aim to professionalise the role of the clinician as teacher.
Our Medical Toxicology programmes are designed for doctors, pharmacists and other scientists who wish to develop a broad understanding of the principles underlying medical toxicology.
These programmes provide a highly marketable academic qualification for hospital practitioners and trainees, nursing, paramedical and other professionals who are involved in the multidisciplinary care of neonates and very young children.
This is an interprofessional, e-Learning course intended for healthcare professionals who want to specialise in the field of pain management. It is also aimed at educationalists, to provide the appropriate knowledge and expertise on pain, to teach others from various disciplines.
Palliative Medicine for Health Care Professionals
This multidisciplinary programme is designed for healthcare professionals wishing to advance their knowledge of the management of patients with non-curable and terminal illness.
These programmes are part of a highly interactive, online distance learning programme designed to provide the participant with a sound understanding of skin disease as it presents in practice, and to enable GPs to successfully manage dermatological problems in patients.
The MSc in Psychiatry at Cardiff University aims to offer students from all backgrounds a well-rounded masters level postgraduate education.
Public Health (MPH)
The Master’s in Public Health programme is multi-disciplinary and trans-professional in both its content and the students it generally attracts. The MPH has been run successfully in Cardiff since 1989 and has a national and international reputation.
This MSc programme is designed for GPs, pharmacists and specialist nurses who wish to further develop their knowledge in the practical management of common therapeutic problems.
Wound Healing and Tissue Repair
This programme offers an opportunity to explore and analyse existing and developing theories and concepts that underpin wound healing and tissue repair.
Find out more about each of our postgraduate taught programmes