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This 2-year, part-time innovative programme is tailored to the career development needs of medical, allied health professionals, social science graduates or professionals looking to pursue or switch to a career in research. It is also suitable for those with no medical background but are looking to contribute to the industrial perspective of health research.
The course teaching is designed to facilitate people working full-time, adopting a blended learning approach, including weekend teaching and distance learning. The research component includes hands-on workshops and designated times for direct interaction with research supervisors.
Students are jointly registered with RCSI and PMC and have access to RCSI’s e-library.
Graduates are awarded a Master of Science of the RCSI and National University of Ireland (NUI). This is a level 9 award on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) in Ireland and is compliant with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE).
Download the Brochure: MSc in Health Research 2018 Brochure
Intake: September every year
Duration: 1 year, 9 months + viva
You will be conferred a Master of Science Degree in Health Research upon successful completion of the full programme. However, should applicants prefer a shorter course, you will be conferred:
Bachelor’s Degree with minimum cGPA of 2.50
English Language Proficiency
The programme consists of 6 modules (9 months), followed by a research dissertation delivered by expert academics and researchers from Ireland, Malaysia and other countries.
Attendance is compulsory for six (6) weekend classes per semester.
The research component also includes hands-on workshops and designated times for direct interaction with research supervisors.
Supervisors are chosen based on your research area of choice. You may also choose your own research supervisor/s.
A variety of summative and formative assessment methods will be used in each moduleto evaluate student learning of the defined learning outcomes.
Applicants may apply for:
RM 40,000 only
10 students maximum to maintain quality and personal level of assistance for each student.
Closing Date: 2 August
Late applicants may be considered should seats still be available and time permits admissions and registration processes with RCSI and PMC before classes start in early September.
List of students since 2014