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International MSc in Translational Regenerative Medicine

Cambridge Victoria College will provide enhanced Industrial MSc courses to enhance the professional skills much-needed by industry with added industrial elements and industry-on-site training, which will be implemented through Cambridge Victoria College and its associated organisations including, but not limited, Cambridge Science Park, St Johns Innovation Centre of Cambridge, Cambridge Business Park, Granta Tech Park, Babraham Campus, Melbourn Science Park, Peterhouse Tech Park, Cambourne Business Park, Chesterford Research Park, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Sanger Institute, Sinano (and other institutes) of CAS, etc.

Background

Demand of qualified personnel to promote, regulate and implement research and products of regenerative medicine and medical devices.

Aim

To make available an International MSc Award in Translational Regenerative Medicine and Devices educating and qualifying researchers, industry employers and clinicians to translate research outputs to the application site.

Course Structure

The Course structure will be based on the coordination of pre-existing, independent MSc courses available at European universities. The course will offer the students with the choice between two main types of curricula:

    1. The clinical curriculum that will be based on the teaching, research and clinical activities
    2. The industrial curriculum that will be based on taught modules and R&D activities

Independent Courses

Each independent course will be either a 1-year course based on 90 European Points (EP= 180 UK Credits) or a 2-year part-time course. The Universities will apply their own recruitment and teaching activities independently from the International course, but they will have the advantage of being able to offer to the student the option to achieve a joint International Award. The Reg Med International Award will be based on the undertaking of:

    1. A research project (30 EP = UKC) to be undertaken at established research centre and industrial site during the training period ranging from 3 to 11 months and complemented by a placement at an industrial organization for 6 months after completion of standard MSc course with additional fee applicable based on the stabndard university MSc training fee.
    2. An additional teaching component based on 3 modules to be taken as an intensive mode delivery (30 EP= 60 UKC) over 3 weeks in September. The modules will define both the type of specialisation (clinical or industrial) and the International Dimension, the students being required to take them at established R&D Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Devices and delivered by academics of the partner universities. These modules can be used independently by the partner universities as part of their own 90 EP degrees or as awarded Diploma/Certificates.