The Masters in Medical Science is designed to enhance the academic and professional development of health care professionals by improving their level of scientific appreciation for evidence-based practice.
The programme consists of 5 core modules, 1 optional module, and a minor dissertation. All modules are delivered online via distance learning and are supported by dedicated workshops.
The Masters in Medical Science is a 1 year (12 months) in service programme divided into two teaching semesters (September to December and January to April). During the summer period (May to August) the candidate's focus on completing their minor dissertation.
The programme is taught on a shared learning educational model providing maximum interaction between the various disciplines with specialist tuition provided in your chosen subject.
Successful candidates will hold a primary degree in Medicine. Competence in English language equivalent to IELTS 6.5 is required. Interviews may apply.
We welcome international candidates subject to normal entry criteria. For more information on student life in Galway see the international student page.
Fees are applicable to this programme, and are subject to change annually. The current fees are €5,345 per year of programme for EU candidates. International fees are €13,750.