MSc in Healthcare Ethics and Law 2022 is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at the University of Bristol.
Why You Should Study at the University of Bristol.
University of Bristol, UK was first founded back in 1595, and today, it is known as a member of the Russell Group. As of 2021, the University of Bristol was ranked top 9th in UK and 58th in the world.
It remains today a global choice place of education.
Benefits of MSc in Healthcare Ethics and Law
Successful applicants will be provided with:
- Funding to cover their MSc-R tuition fees (approx. £4,500 for one year, of full-time study)
- A student stipend (£16,000)
- Research expenses e.g. to cover data collection, transcription, and/or travel/conferences
Requirements for MSc in Healthcare Ethics and Law Qualification
The most competitive candidates will be those with a first-class honours degree (or international equivalent) in a subject relevant to the proposed research. However, the minimum requirements to note are:
- Candidates will have at least an upper second-class honours degree (or international equivalent).
- Applicants may come from any pertinent discipline, although projects must fall within the topic area (below) and include an ethical and/or legal dimension related to healthcare.
- If English is not your first language, please note that you will need to meet the English Language requirement of Profile B. This will be scrutinised at the second stage of application by the admission team
How to Apply
There is a two-stage application process, first to allocate the available funding and second to secure an offer to study.
Stage one is an application for the Wellcome Trust MSc-R funding. If successful, you will be issued with a letter stating our intention to provide you with funding if you are accepted onto the MSc-R programme. Stage two is an application (which will be supported by us) for a place in the MSc-R programme. Candidates must be successful at both stages in order to undertake the Wellcome Trust funded MSc-R.
Prior to Application Candidates are welcome to make contact with colleagues in the Centre for Ethics in Medicine ([email protected]) to check their eligibility to apply and/or the suitability of their proposed project. Please note that we will not be providing feedback on draft applications prior to or during the first stage of the process. However, at the conclusion of the first stage, the candidate(s) offered funding will be supported to develop their application for a place in the MSc-R programme.