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Graduate School

Graduate School

Providing support and development for postgraduate students.

The Faculty of Medical Sciences Graduate School plays an essential role in supporting the progression and development of our postgraduate students. Our students are the academics, research leaders and clinical experts of the future. Our aim is to develop their skills to effectively contribute on a global scale.

We are proud of our success in training and developing our postgraduate students. We work with partners in the NHS and industry to produce individuals ready to make a significant difference.

Postgraduate students are at the core of the Faculty's activity developing essential skills through their research and teaching

Professor John Kirby, FMS Dean of Postgraduate Research

What we do

The Graduate School provides guidance and support to postgraduate research students throughout the lifecycle of their studies, from application to graduation. We have representatives embedded in schools and institutes across the faculty. We work together to:

  • support the admissions, registration, progression and examination processes for all postgraduate research students in the faculty
  • ensure that postgraduate research students are supported through every step of their research degree, including annual progress monitoring and the final examination process
  • ensure that policies and procedures are correct and support our students throughout their research degree
  • provide support and guidance on a range of areas relating to study at Newcastle University
  • provide a comprehensive suite of training programs to complement your qualification and enhance your personal development

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Contact us

The Graduate School
Faculty of Medical Sciences
Ridley Building 1, 3rd Floor
Queen Victoria Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 7RU

E-mail: medpg-enquiries@ncl.ac.uk