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MPhil in Medical or Human Sciences

About the programme

The MPhil will give you the opportunity to conduct a substantial independent research project, leading to an original contribution to knowledge in your chosen field.

You can work in a wide range of areas. Our current students are researching topics as diverse as the molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular disease, the role of doctors' consciences in clinical practice, and how dietary stresses and strains affect skull shape.

Throughout your studies, you will be supervised by a leading expert in the field and supported by a specialist Thesis Advisory Panel.

The MPhil can be studied full-time or part-time. If you have fewer than about 35 hours a week to devote to your studies, you should consider studying part-time. Part-time study is at least 17.5 hours per week.

You will register at the university where your principal supervisor works, and you will have access to facilities and support at both our parent universities – Hull and York. All of our degrees are awarded by both the University of Hull and University of York.

Your principal academic supervisor

Before making your MPhil application, you need to find a member of our academic staff to supervise your research project. Your principal academic supervisor must be employed by either the University of York or the University of Hull.

To find your principal academic supervisor visit our research pages and browse the academic staff pages. Once you find an academic staff member whose research specialism matches your interest and proposal, contact them directly to determine if your proposal can be supported.

Postgraduate Training Scheme

As an MPhil student, you will also take part in our Postgraduate Training Scheme, which provides you with extra opportunities to develop both specialist and transferable skills.

Entry requirements

  • Bachelors degree (or equivalent)
  • English language – IELTS score of 6.5, with a minimum of 6 in all components of the qualification
  • Masters degree is desirable but not essential