Student courses in endocrinology and diabetes
Endocrinology and diabetes courses relevant to students and early career's looking to get started or progress a career in endocrinology.
Some medical schools offer students the chance to take a year in the middle of their medical course to do a specialised BSc. This is an intercalated BSc, and is only available to students already studying medicine at these institutions. You can take an intercalated endocrinology degree at the following universities:
More information on available courses can be found at http://www.intercalate.co.uk/
- MMedSci in Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART), University of Nottingham
- MSc in Biomedical Sciences, Aston University
- MSc in Diabetes, University of South Wales
- MSc in Endocrinology, University of South Wales
- MSc in Clinical Embryology and Assisted Reproduction Technology, University of Leeds
- MSc in Molecular Neuroscience, Bristol University
- MSc in Molecular Medicine, University of Sheffield
- MSc in Reproductive & Developmental Biology, Imperial College London
- MSc by Research in Cardiovascular Biology, University of Edinburgh
- MSc by Research in Integrative Neuroscience, University of Edinburgh
- MSc by Research in Reproductive Sciences, University of Edinburgh
- MSc by Research in Translational Medicine (distance learning), University of Edinburgh
- MSc in Reproduction and Development, University of Bristol
- Master of Research in Clinical Sciences, University of Liverpool
SfE-Oxford Brookes Masters-level module in endocrine nursing
Available to Nurse Members, this work-based learning module can be completed by distance learning and provides a dedicated academic pathway for you to further your clinical and educational development.
As an accredited post-graduate qualification, the credits earned can be taken forward to count towards an MSc in Health Sciences or other Masters-level studies with Oxford Brookes University or elsewhere.