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Postgraduate study

Our postgraduate taught courses

The School's postgraduate courses span the breadth of the School’s academic research and offer interdisciplinary opportunities to explore the life course of health and disease.   

Duration Full-time: one year. Part-time: two years.

Study Advanced Paediatrics MSc in the Faculty of Life Sciences at King's

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Duration MSc: 2 years FT, PG Dip: 17 months FT. Both programmes include practice placements.

Study MSc, PG Dip Dietetics in the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics at the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, King's College London.

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Duration PG Certificate: nine months PT, January to September. PG Diploma: 18 months PT, January to June of the following year. MSc: 27 months PT, January to March two years hence.

Study MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Medical Ultrasound in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London.

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Duration MSc: One year FT, September to September

Study MSc Nutrition in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London.

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Duration 9 Months

Study Ultrasound in Emergency critical care PG Cert in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London

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Duration 1 year

Women & Children's Health MSc, the biological and environmental physiological and pathophysiology influences that impact on pregnancy and the lifelong physical and mental well-being of women and their infants

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Our postgraduate research

We host doctoral students working on a variety of projects related to the research interests of Principal Investigators within the Departments. Find out more about our research degrees.

Ultrasound scanning has become an integral part of Obstetric and Gynaecology training. This PG Cert programme enabled me to focus and improve my scanning skills. This has helped me progress in my career and scan with confidence. I was able to understand the physics behind operating an ultrasound machine due to the fantastic lectures. The Programme Director was extremely supportive and motivated us throughout the period of the course. I would encourage any healthcare professional to enrol on this course as this is one of the best learning experiences I have had!

Dr Srividya Seshadri, Medical Ultrasound student
26 Apr

Iron sulfur meeting

26 April 2019

A meeting to discuss iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis and other related metal mediated pathways.