In response to the global epidemic in obesity and diabetes the University of Glasgow has developed this MSc in Diabetes. To address the immense challenge presented by this disease, it is essential that the researchers and medical practitioners of tomorrow understand the cutting edge advances and technologies to tackle diabetes.
Taught predominantly at the new Teaching and Learning Centre on the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus on the south side of Glasgow. This has state-of-the-art teaching facilities, Wi-Fi, computer clusters and cafe area. There is frequent convenient transport to this campus from the central University campus.
A degree in Medicine (MBChB) or at least a second class Honours degree (2:2) or equivalent in a relevant degree (biological/biomedical sciences or other health professional/health-related area).
Medical graduates are required to possess a degree recognised by the GMC, or appropriate professional body. In exceptional circumstances, other science graduates, or bioscience graduates with an Ordinary degree may be eligible, on demonstration of appropriate postgraduate professional experience and will be considered on a case by case basis.
College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences