World renowned medical and veterinary teaching - live and study in Edinburgh while enhancing your knowledge and skills
Our on-campus taught Masters degrees give you the opportunity to learn from the experts in your field while developing your skills and boosting your career prospects in research or industry. Each programme is delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorials and seminars, as well as practical and lab work. The degree concludes with a dissertation. Our Masters degrees take 12 months to complete, with the exception of taught Dentistry programmes (MClinDent and DClinDent) which take between 24 and 36 months.
Hear from one of our students
- Video: Christopher MSc Human Anatomy
- On-campus Masters student discusses the MSc Human Anatomy.
Kayla - The start of my MPH adventure
For even more blogs, visit our Student Blogs website.
Virtual Campus Tours
- Video: CMVM Virtual Tour
- Virtual Tour College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine 2020.
The video above tours some of our buildings from across the College.
You can also find a virtual map of the entire University of Edinburgh campus using the link below.
Our taught masters degrees
Visit the programme websites below to find out more about each Masters (MSc) degree:
**Please note that the MSc Clinical Anatomy will not be running during the academic year 2021/22**
Taught Dental Programmes
"I have learned so much through doing my dissertation."
Although it has been a tough journey, I have to say that I have learned so much through doing my dissertation, and I now see clear connections between the public health field and education systems. My favourite part by far was conducting the interviews for my study.
Kayla, Master of Public Health
University Rankings 2021
The University of Edinburgh is now ranked 16th in the world, according to the QS World University Rankings 2022.
And according to The Guardian Best UK Universities Guide 2021, Edinburgh Medical School is 3rd in the UK for Medicine, while the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is ranked 1st in the UK for Veterinary Medicine for the fourth year running.
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