Graduate Courses in Ophthalmology
- NEW COURSES 2014
- MSc Biology of Vision
- MSc Clinical Ophthalmology
- FRCOphth Revision Course
- MSc in Translational and Regenerative Neuroscience (TaRNs)
- MSc in Translational Immunobiology (TIB)
- MRes in Vision Research
- MRes in Translation Neurology (ION)
- How to apply
- The Institute
Please note, MSc Clinical Ophthalmology has a non-standard start date. The First Term begins in early August 2015.
The programme is part-time over two years, with opportunities to study for either a Certificate or Diploma in Clinical Ophthalmology; flexible study options are also offered.
The programme is also offered full-time over one year.
For more information contact the Programme Administrator
Year 1 (August - December)
Four compulsory modules plus a two-week intensive taught course (August) followed by a further one-week intensive course (November):
- Basic Understanding of the Eye
- Common Ocular Diseases and Treatment
- Systemic Disease Causing Ocular Disease
- Surgery and the Eye
Year 2 (January – July)
Choice of two optional modules:
- Basic Science and Ophthalmology
- Clinical Visual Sciences;
- Disorders Affecting Retinal Function
- Retinal Imaging
Year 2 (September – December)
Two compulsory modules plus a two-week intensive taught course (September) followed by a further one-week intensive course (October/November):
- Ocular Therapeutics 1
- Ocular Therapeutics 2
Year 2 (January– May)
A library based research project chosen from a range of topics.