Studying at NDOG
The department has responsibility for teaching Obstetrics & Gynaecology to clinical students and provision of teaching to undergraduate pre-clinical students. The teaching involves both academic non-clinical and clinical staff, as well as NHS staff.
Teaching & Supervision
Obstetrics & Gynaecology is a core subject in the fifth year of the Medical School curriculum. Therefore, the provision of high quality and innovative teaching for clinical medical students is a departmental priority. We also contribute to the teaching of undergraduates and first year students on the Graduate Entry Courses, and monitor the supervision of a number of graduate student, and Academic Clinical Fellows.
The department runs three Postgraduate study programmes:
- MSc in Clinical Embryology, a 1 year residential programme (003840)
- MSc by Research, a 2 year research degree (001990)
- D Phil, a 3-4 year research degree (001980)
The department also has a number of visiting students from other departments and universities in the UK, as well as students from overseas.
If you have an enquiry regarding graduate studies at NDOG please contact the Graduate Studies Administrative Assistant, Mr Oliver Collins, via the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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