Graduate Studies Taster Event, CHSTM

March 6, 2019, University of Manchester

The Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHSTM) at the University of Manchester in the UK will be holding an event for potential Master’s students on Wednesday 6 March 2019.

Events during the afternoon will introduce our three taught Master’s (MSc) pathways:

We will begin at 13.00 with an optional historical tour of scientific sites on campus, led by current students. Meet at the entrance to the Manchester Museum on Coupland Street.

Our talks and question-and-answer sessions will run from 14.00 till 16.00 in Coupland Building 3 Room LG.124 (see Maps and travel).

  • Starting at 14.00: introductions to History of Science, Technology and Medicine and Medical Humanities
  • Starting at 15.00: introduction to Science Communication

Talks will cover course structures and content, the application process, and career opportunities, including progression from taught Master’s study to PhD. Current and former graduate students will also be available to answer your questions and chat informally about their experience.

The talks do not cover graduate research (PhD and MPhil), but potential research supervisors will be available to answer any questions at various times during the day.

Registration and contact details

Please help us to estimate numbers by registering here to attend.

For advance queries about graduate study at CHSTM, please contact the relevant member of staff:

Many staff will also be available for individual meetings by prior appointment throughout the day: see our staff pages for contact details.

About CHSTM

CHSTM is one of the world’s leading centres for the histories of science, technology and medicine and their relations with wider society. We have a lively postgraduate community of Master’s and PhD students, and an outstanding track record of progression from Master’s to PhD, and from doctoral to postdoctoral study. We pride ourselves on the interdisciplinary nature of our programmes, and cater for students with a science background as well as those arriving with a humanities or social science undergraduate degree.

Posted: February 28, 2019