January 2018 | Eanáir 2018

Our Graduate Taught Programmes

Wed, 3 January 18 13:02

The UCD School of Medicine offers an extensive portfolio of over fifty graduate taught programmes ranging from Professional and Graduate Certificate through to Diploma and Master’s Degree level across a range of biomedical and clinical specialties.

Our programmes are delivered by academic experts in their fields with extensive clinical experience and by clinical staff drawn from our extensive adjunct faculty.

Our programmes are designed to support continuous professional development of healthcare staff as well as provide specialist education to a generalist audience including those working in healthcare support roles.

Our programmes are delivered on a full-time, part-time or on an occasional basis at our Belfield campus, at our specialist clinical training sites, and in some instances, online to accommodate those with busy clinical service commitments.  Programmes typically commence with a September and/or a January intake.

Specialist graduate training is available in

  • Clinical Investigation & Translational Research
  • Emergency Medical Science
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Medical Informatics, Healthcare Systems & Quality Management
  • Psychotherapy & Psychological Health
  • Radiography & Diagnostic Imaging
  • Various Medical Specialties

With multiple entry and exit points as well as a series of common module components, our programme portfolio allows you to design your continuous professional development around your career needs. As research-intensive Medical School within Ireland’s global University, our graduate taught programmes also offer an opportunity to undertake research projects leading to MD, MCh, MAO, MSc and PhD degree awards.

To explore our Graduate Taught Programme Portfolio further, please see http://www.ucd.ie/medicine/studywithus/

To apply for a programme, please see www.ucd.ie/apply  

The UCD School of Medicine offers an extensive portfolio of over fifty graduate taught programmes ranging from Professional and Graduate Certificate through to Diploma and Master’s Degree level across a range of biomedical and clinical specialties.

Our programmes are delivered by academic experts in their fields with extensive clinical experience and by clinical staff drawn from our extensive adjunct faculty.

Our programmes are designed to support further continuous professional development of healthcare professional as well as provide specialist education to a generalist audience including those working in healthcare support roles.

Our programmes are delivered on a full-time, part-time or on an occasional basis at our Belfield campus, at our specialist clinical training sites, and in some instances, online to accommodate those with busy clinical service commitments.  Programmes typically commence with a September and/or a January intake.

Specialist graduate training is available in

        Clinical Investigation & Translational Research

        Emergency Medical Science

        Forensic Medicine

        Medical Informatics, Healthcare Systems & Quality Management

        Psychotherapy & Psychological Health

        Radiography & Diagnostic Imaging

        Various Medical Specialties

With multiple entry and exit points as well as a series of common module components, our programme portfolio allows you to design your continuous professional development around your career needs. As research-intensive Medical School within Ireland’s global University, our graduate taught programmes also offer an opportunity to undertake research projects leading to MD, MCh, MAO, MSc and PhD degree awards.

To explore our Graduate Taught Programme Portfolio further, please see http://www.ucd.ie/medicine/studywithus/

To apply for a programme, please see www.ucd.ie/apply