Postgraduate study options
If you want to further your knowledge in the medical sciences, you can study these postgraduate programmes within our school.
Postgraduate study often includes a taught component comprising of courses on advanced concepts. Courses largely consist of self-directed research on broad topics with an emphasis on original, critical thinking in the context of biomedical research or clinical practice. In contrast, research project-based programmes are planned ventures executed with supervision with an academic.
For more information about how postgraduate programmes are structured, use the link below.
Find out more about the postgraduate programmes taught within our school.
- Bachelor of Science (Honours), majoring in Physiology or Pharmacology
- Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours)
- Postgraduate Certificate in Health Sciences in Mammography, Medical Imaging or Nutrition
- Postgraduate Diploma in Health Sciences in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Medical Imaging, Nutrition or Ultrasound
- Postgraduate Diploma in Science in Physiology or Pharmacology
- Postgraduate Diploma in Biomedical Science
- Master of Biomedical Science
- Master of Health Sciences in Nutrition and Dietetics
- Master of Science in Physiology or Pharmacology
- Doctor of Philosophy
For research project oriented programmes, it is a requirement to contact potential supervisors for project availability. You can find out more about active research areas by:
International student scholarship
Our school offers the School of Medical Sciences International Masters Scholarship. Click the link below for more information about eligibility and how to apply.