Drawing on its wide ranging teaching and research experience, the Blizard institute has continued to expand its portfolio of undergraduate programmes over recent years.
Below are the undergraduate programmes offered at the Blizard Institute. For more undergraduate programmes offered by Queen Mary University of London, please visit the undergraduate webpages.
Remarkable advances in neuroscience make it one of the fastest growing areas in biomedical sciences. Neuroscience is dramatically improving our understanding of the human nervous system, and most notably, the brain. You will get a strong foundation in biomedical science provided by core modules during the first two years, studying topics including:
Third-year students will have the opportunity to undertake their own laboratory-based research project or join and work with an existing research group at Queen Mary.
This programme is co-taught by The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, bringing together core strengths and giving students access to a wider range of facilities.
Both schools offer students educational and academic excellence in neuroscience. From cellular and molecular neuroscience to comparative, behavioural and cognitive neuroscience, this programme delivers a wide range of research and educational expertise.
For more detailed information see the programme page.
Intercalated degree programmes are open to a limited number of medical and dental students in the School of Medicine and Dentistry, as well as medical and dental students from other schools in the UK.
The aim of the programme is to provide students with the opportunity to think critically about, and to study more deeply, the scientific basis of the medical sciences. All courses consist of several taught modules appropriate to the theme of the course, some of which are optional. A major part of the course is a substantial research project, supervised by a member of staff and is usually laboratory- or clinically based. This allows students to experience the challenges of research and helps them to make an informed decision about pursuing a research career after they qualify.
Further details about the programmes and application is available on the School of Medicine and Dentistry intercalated degrees webpages.
Applications to study for an intercalated degree with the Blizard Institute will be considered for fourth-year medical and dental students.
Details on the MBBS and BDS undergraduate medical and dentistry courses can be found on the School of Medicine and Dentistry undergraduate webpages.
You can also find more information on the graduate entry programme for medicine on the School of Medicine and Dentistry site.