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Postgraduate Orthopedics in Scotland

7 degrees at 3 universities in Scotland.

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Prosthetics & Orthotics Rehabilitation Studies

Prosthetics & Orthotics Rehabilitation Studies

Why this course? The postgraduate courses offered are modular and intended for off-campus delivery. The courses can lead to an award of an MSc, Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate. ...Read more
(4.3)
  • 36 months Part time degree: 4,500 per year (UK)

Trauma and Orthopaedics (Online Learning) ChM (Trauma & Orthopaedics)

Trauma and Orthopaedics (Online Learning) ChM (Trauma & Orthopaedics)

This programme is delivered by the University of Edinburgh, in partnership with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. The programme leads to the degree of Master of Surgery (ChM). ...Read more
(4.3)
  • 2 years Online degree: 7,200 per year (UK)
  • Hip (5 Credits) - Core
  • Knee (5 Credits) - Core
  • Hand (5 Credits) - Core
  • Spine (5 Credits) - Core
  • Basic Science 1 & 2 (10 Credits) - Core
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Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Technology MSc

Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Technology MSc

Technology is central to the treatment of orthopaedic and rehabilitation patients, and there is an ever-increasing range of devices designed to help improve patients lives. This course has been designed...Read more
(4.1)
  • 12 months Full time degree: 12,735 per year (UK)
  • 60 months Online degree
  • Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Technology Research Project (GM50022) (60 Credits) - Core
  • GM50005 - Biomechanics (30 Credits) - Core
  • GM50007 - Orthopaedic Technology (30 Credits) - Core
  • GM50006 - Rehabilitation Technology (30 Credits) - Core
  • GM51078 - Introductory Topics (30 Credits) - Core
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Human Osteoarchaeology MSc

Human Osteoarchaeology MSc

Human skeletal remains are the most direct evidence of past lifeways and their scientific investigation gives unique insights into human history. Bioarchaeology, also known as osteoarchaeology (the study...Read more
(4.3)
  • 1 year Full time degree: 14,400 per year (UK)
  • Skeletal Pathology (PGHC11231) (20 Credits) - Core
  • Quantitative Methods and Reasoning in Archaeology (PGHC11462) (20 Credits) - Core
  • Human Musculo-Skeletal Anatomy (PGHC11367) (20 Credits) - Core
  • Analytical Methods in Human Osteoarchaeology (PGHC11464) (20 Credits) - Core
  • Bioarchaeological Analysis and Interpretation (PGHC11474) (10 Credits) - Core
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Orthopaedic Science MSc

Orthopaedic Science MSc

Science and technology are integral to the treatment of patients in orthopaedics and rehabilitation. This course will give you a strong and wide-ranging understanding of the fundamental physical sciences...Read more
(4.1)
  • 12 months Full time degree: 16,200 per year (UK)
  • 36 months Online degree
  • GM52052 - Mobility Aids (10 Credits) - Core
  • GM52057 - Upper Limb Arthroplasty (5 Credits) - Core
  • GM52049 - Hip Arthoplasty (5 Credits) - Core
  • GM50027 - Statistical Inference (10 Credits) - Core
  • GM52055 - Skeletal Mechanics (10 Credits) - Core
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Orthopaedic and Trauma Medicine PhD

Orthopaedic and Trauma Medicine PhD

Research profile We offer a comprehensive research programme suitable for PhDs and MSc students, covering a diverse range of musculoskeletal disorders. There are ongoing projects in the following areas:...Read more
(4.3)
  • 3 years Full time degree: 4,596 per year (UK)
  • 6 years Part time degree: 2,298 per year (UK)

Orthopaedic and Trauma Medicine MScR

Orthopaedic and Trauma Medicine MScR

Research profile We offer a comprehensive research programme suitable for PhDs and MSc students, covering a diverse range of musculoskeletal disorders. There are ongoing projects in the following areas:...Read more
(4.3)
  • 1 year Full time degree: 9,700 per year (UK)
  • 2 years Part time degree: 3,235 per year (UK)

About Postgraduate Orthopedics in Scotland

Orthopaedics is a specialised medical field that is dedicated to the study and treatment of the musculoskeletal system, and conditions or diseases that affect it—whether a sporting injury, joint co

Students of orthopaedics may go on to work in hospitals, doctor’s surgeries or in specialised environments such as sporting medical staff.

Postgraduate students of orthopaedics will typically have a background in general medicine already, going on to choose one of the specialist programmes across the UK, ranging in focus from surgical care to prosthetics and rehabilitation studies.

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