Clinical Neuropsychiatry MSc

King's College London, University of London

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OverviewClinical neuropsychiatry considers mental disorders from a neurological standpoint. It is an exciting and developing area of study. Our MSc in Clinical Neuropsychiatry will allow students to develop the skills and knowledge required to specialize in neuropsychiatry as a clinician or academic. We welcome biomedical and psychology graduates, as well as psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists onto the course. (Please note that the course is not itself a clinical qualification; in ... READ MORE

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Full time | Denmark Hill Campus | 1 year | SEP

Key stats

Uni rankings

CUG ranking
22nd
CUG subject ranking
18th

Start date and duration

Start date
SEP
Full Time
1 year

Modules

Entry requirements

Details
Essential - A degree in a relevant scientific or clinical subject, e.g. medicine, psychology, nursing or neuroscience (2:2 or above for non-medical degrees). Desirable - A professional qualification in mental health related field would be desirable. We will take into account mature students seeking to expand or change their area of clinical focus.

Tuition fees

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£14,070 per year
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Students from Other UK
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Students from Channel Islands
£32,940 per year
Students from EU EU Students
£32,940 per year
International Students

Where you'll study

King's College London, University of London

Health Service and Population Research Department Institute of Psychiatry De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill Southwark
London
SE5 8AF United Kingdom Nearest tube station: Brixton  0.7 miles away Nearest train station: Denmark Hill  0.1 miles away

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