The School of Medicine welcomes more than 1,500 postgraduate taught students per year, who benefit from studying in a dynamic but highly supportive environment alongside staff who are working at the very forefront of knowledge in their disciplines.
Most of our postgraduate taught programmes are highly vocational, focused on enhancing the careers and knowledge base of existing healthcare professionals.
Whilst the majority of our programmes are delivered on a part-time basis, enabling students to work while they study, many are also run on a full-time basis.
Preventing child burns - Cardiff University
11th June 2013Professor Alison Kemp will lead a research team from Cardiff Child Protection Systematic Reviews group, based in the School of Medicine, to find new ways to better prevent childhood burns …
Howard Evans elected a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales
10th June 2013Professor Howard Evans, Emeritus Professor, Institute of Infection and Immunity, Cardiff University School of Medicine has been made a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.
IWA Inspire Wales Awards - Cardiff University
7th June 2013Two Cardiff University academics, Dr Anwen Williams (Medicine) and Prof Karen Holford (Engineering), have been shortlisted for the prestigious Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA) Inspire Wales Awards within the Science …
Prof Robert ShaveToday, 13.00‑14.00Exercise and the Heart: New insights into the haemodynamics of exerciseVenue: Henry Wellcome Building
MRC Centenary Event
Today, 17.30‑20.30To mark the MRC Centenary, we would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the contribution that the MRC has made to medical research.Venue: Julian Hodge Building
Launch of Phoenix project
Tomorrow, 12.00‑14.00Cardiff University is beginning an engagement programme in sub-Saharan Africa, as one of five flagship projects in The Way Forward.