The Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHSTM) at the University of Manchester will be holding a Graduate Studies Open Day on Wednesday 25 November 2015.
Events during the afternoon will introduce the three taught Master’s (MSc) pathways:
Current opportunities for graduate research (PhD and MPhil) will also be presented.
The University of Manchester is also hosting general events about postgraduate taught study on the same day. If you are interested in a taught Master’s, you can attend general talks and campus tours between 12 and 2pm, before visiting CHSTM. You will need to register separately for these events. A programme of events, and registration details, are on the University website at http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/open-days-fairs/open-day/
The University events on 25 November do not cover postgraduate research, but potential supervisors at CHSTM will be happy to answer any questions.
The session will run from 2 till 4pm in Room 2.57 Simon Building, Brunswick Street, Manchester (see Maps and travel).
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.
Registration and contact details
Please let the CHSTM know in advance that you will be attending the CHSTM session so that we can estimate numbers, by emailing Dr James Sumner.
For advance queries about graduate study at CHSTM, please contact the relevant member of staff:
- MSc History of science, technology and medicine: Dr James Sumner
- MSc Science communication: Dr Jane Gregory
- MSc Medical humanities: Dr Elizabeth Toon
- PhD and MPhil research: Dr Jeff Hughes.
Many staff will also be available for individual meetings by prior appointment throughout the day: see the staff pages for contact details.
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 Masters and PhD students, and an outstanding track record of progression from Masters 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.
Further information about CHSTM’s graduate programmes is available at our website: