MAHSE STP Open Day
Host: Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences
Who is the Open Day for?
You may be eligible to apply for a place on the national Scientist Training Programme (STP) if you have completed (or are in the final year) of an undergraduate degree in a science subject or are working in the NHS as a Healthcare Science Practitioner.
What is the STP?
The STP is formed of two parts— an academic programme (MSc Clinical Science) and work-based training. Trainees are employed by an NHS Trust for the duration of the STP and, on successful completion, can register with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Clinical Scientist.
The Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE) partnership offers 7 academic programmes that are delivered as part of the STP. If you want to apply for a place on the STP and specialise in any of the subjects listed below then register for the MAHSE Open Day.
- Blood Sciences
- Cellular Sciences
- Clinical Bioinformatics
- Clinical Pharmaceutical Science
- Neurosensory Sciences
- Reconstructive Science
- Cardiac Science, Critical Care, Vascular Science, Respiratory and Sleep Sciences
Find out more about the STP application process, what it is like to be a trainee, and our MSc Clinical Science programmes.
Download the programme and register for the event
Registration closes on Monday 15 December
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Professor Phil Padfield
Role: MAHSE Director
Organisation: Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education, Faculty of MHS
Role: Programme Director
Organisation: Manchester Metropolitan University
Role: STP Trainee
Organisation: North West Healthcare Science Trainee Network Board
Travel and Contact Information
Lecture Theatre A
University of Manchester