Edinburgh Imaging

MSc/Dip/Cert Imaging programmes

Through the University of Edinburgh, the Edinburgh Imaging Academy offers a first class online distance learning Imaging Masters programme.

Whether you wish to study an online MSc, Diploma or Certificate, you can choose to focus on either pre-clinical imaging; veterinary imaging; neuroimaging for research; medical imaging/clinical imaging; imaging sciences or microscopy.

Programme aims

Programme Aims
This programme will showcase Edinburgh’s rich and multi-disciplinary imaging environment, providing an exemplary learning experience to students, in either Preclinical or medical imaging; neuroimaging; imaging sciences or microscopy.

Learning outcomes

MSc Learning Outcomes
The programme will enable the acquisition of a range of transferable skills, such as report writing, giving presentations, and project management, with many of these skills will be developed informally during the taught and project-based components of the degree.

Programme structure

MSc Programme Structure
The MSc Imaging programme is delivered part-time by Online Distance Learning (OLDL), over a minimum period of three years and a maximum period of six years.

Project element

Project element
This course is the final course in the MSc Imaging Programme and will require less structured and more independent study than previous courses in the programme, as you undertake practical work over two semesters.

Studying online

Study online
Perfect for those who wish to balance study with work and personal commitments, our part time online programme offers flexible study over one to six years.

Register your interest or apply

Register your interest
Information for prospective students on how to apply for the programme.

Programme courses

Online Teaching Programme
The core and elective elements of the programme are shown below and, in the project element you will have the opportunity to explore, evaluate and contribute to your chosen imaging theme.

Entrance requirements & Fees

PhD Opportunities
A good university Honours Degree (first or 2:1), or equivalent (3.25 GPA score), with a background in: