Improve your neuroimaging expertise through online learning, while remaining at work in your field & in your own location. We launched this programme in 2007 & have graduated 35 MSc students, plus 6 Dip & 12 Cert students as of 2017.
Aims & learning outcomes
To disseminate neuroimaging knowledge, skills & understanding, in order to enable effective & efficient use of neuroimaging in research.
Courses & structure
See what courses constitute the Neuroimaging for Research MSc / Dip / Cert programmes & understand the pathway to completion.
A university honours degree (1st or 2:1), or equivalent (3.25 GPA), or relevant work / life experience; English language requirements; appropriate computing & internet access.
Fees & funding
Find out what it costs to take our degree programmes and courses. Read about scholarships & financial support.
Visit the University of Edinburgh's central website to find out more about how to apply & to start your application process.
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About online learning
Access world class teaching at the University of Edinburgh, while maintaining your local professional & personal commitments where you live, thereby keeping down costs by not being resident in Edinburgh.
About our students
Our students come from around the world & from a wide variety of educational backgrounds. Our alumni progress on to a number of careers after graduating from our programmes & courses.
As a student of this online programme, you will have access to online materials created and produced by a world-class team of academic neuroradiologists, medical physicists, image analysts and neuroscientists.
Edinburgh Imaging has substantial imaging research strengths, from clinical to laboratory cellular methods, with the University of Edinburgh hosting the largest group of academic neuroradiologists in the UK. The University of Edinburgh is one of the world’s leading research universities.
The short url for the Neuroimaging for Research MSc / Dip / Cert webpage is: www.neuroimagingmsc.ed.ac.uk