We are currently offering two part-funded scholarships in our MSc in Applied Health Research
Developing, testing, evaluating and implementing evidence-based healthcare in highly complex situations is becoming increasingly important. Our MSc in Applied Health Research will equip you with the skills necessary to develop a career in the health sector or to design, implement and publish healthcare research.
It offers an excellent grounding in applied health research methods, including quantitative and qualitative methodologies, systematic reviews, randomised controlled trials, epidemiology and health economics.
When you join our department you are joining one of the UK's top health services research, health economics and public health research teams. Our world leading experts help improve human health and prevent illness through the analysis and delivery of leading research.
Our department is ranked first in the country for our research environment and 7th nationally for public health, health services and primary care in the latest REF (2014).
This MSc is particularly relevant if you are one of the following:
A number of our Applied Health Research students have gone on to study a PhD or MPhil with us.
We also offer a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Health Research.
The MSc in Applied Health Research involves a one-year full-time or two-year part-time Masters programme (180 credits).
You will take taught modules worth a total of 120 credits.
The compulsory modules worth 70 credits are:
In addition you will choose modules worth 50 credits from the following:
The dissertation contributes 60 credits to your degree.
You will be matched with a supervisor with complementary research interests, and together you will design an appropriate project, using the skills and techniques taught in the modules.
You have substantial choice in your area of research, and for part-time students in employment, the project can represent an area that is of interest and value to your employer.
You should normally be a graduate with a 2:1 degree or higher, or equivalent from an overseas university, and be able to demonstrate that you have the necessary knowledge of and interest in a relevant area of health sciences. Applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis, and we follow the University’s Equal Opportunities policy.
The Department of Health Sciences' minimum English language requirement is a total IELTS score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component or equivalent. You can, however, receive a conditional offer provided you complete the University of York's higher level pre-sessional course which runs for eight weeks. On successful completion, you can then progress to your programme within Health Sciences. The minimum requirements to join the pre-sessional course can be found here.
Click here for further details of the University of York's English language requirements.
Kirsty Lee - graduate from Applied Health Research
"The skills you will learn, the people you will meet and the experience you will have will be invaluable..."
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