A Batchelor's degree (or equivalent) in engineering, life sciences or biomedical sciences. We normally expect this to be at the 2(i) level or higher.
Months of entry
The incidence of trauma continues to rise. The World Health Organization estimates that by 2020 trauma will become the leading cause of death worldwide due to ageing in Western populations, increasing road use in developing countries and conflict.
The MSc Trauma Science programme is delivered by experts in the field, including those from civilian and military backgrounds at the forefront of trauma care and offers up-to-date knowledge of the science of trauma and its management. The interactive teaching methods equip you with the medical and scientific skills to become a specialist in trauma science and its management.
Why study this course
- This course is the only full-time MSc Trauma Science course in the UK
- The programme is delivered in partnership with frontline experts based in the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, which has received funding from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR), University Hospitals Birmingham, Ministry of Defence and the University of Birmingham, creating a major trauma treatment centre that offers the full range of required trauma specialists together with an associated national trauma research centre (NIHR SRMRC).
- This joint civilian and military clinical trauma centre shares a campus with the University of Birmingham where researchers from biomedical, engineering and physical sciences are working together with the clinical teams on a range of trauma-related research programmes.
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Information for international students
International students can find details of scholarships on our website
Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate enquiry service
- 0121 414 5005