MSc in Clinical Embryology - How to apply
This one-year, residential, taught MSc in Clinical Embryology course has won numerous University awards for teaching innovation and excellence. It aims to provide graduates from either a scientific or clinical background with advanced theoretical and practical understanding of human reproductive biology, embryology, infertility and assisted reproductive technology (ART).
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How to apply
We are still accepting applications for entry in October 2021.
Full details of the selection criteria for admission to the MSc in Clinical Embryology course are available on the course Graduate Admissions Page.
Advice for applicants and offer holders relating to Covid-19 can be found here.
APPLYING TO THE UNIVERSITY
All applications for graduate study are processed on the University's Student System. Please visit the "Applying for graduate study" pages for full details.
Candidates are advised to refer to the Application Guide prior to making an application. An application fee is required prior to uploading your complete application.
The University Course Code for the MSc in Clinical Embryology is TM_CE1.
The University of Oxford is a collegiate university. When you receive an offer from the Department then your application will also be considered for a place at a college.
The following colleges have accepted our students in the past: Green-Templeton College, Jesus College, Kellogg College, Lincoln College, Somerville College, St. Anne's College, St. Catherine's College, St. Cross College, St. Edmund Hall, St. Hilda's College, St.Hugh's College, Trinity College, University College, Wolfson College and Worcester College.
Please refer to to Graduate Admissions Course page for a full list of colleges that currently consider MSc in Clinical Embryology students.
If you do not have a preference for a specific college, then you should indicate on the online application system that you have ‘no college preference’, the University will then automatically assign you with a suitable college. If you do not have a preference for a specific College, then you should indicate on the online application system that you have ‘no college preference’, the University will then automatically assign you with a suitable college.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I APPLY?
The MSc in Clinical Embryology is an extremely popular course and is often over-subscribed. All applications are carefully considered by the Course Admissions Panel, which is currently comprised of the Course Director, a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, the Course Administrator and a Senior Clinician. Admission decisions are notified to applicants in writing, regrettably it is not possible for the administrative team to discuss individual application decisions by phone.
The University provides an outline of the process for the admissions decisions here, for your information.
Contact the course administrator.