This course provides a programme of practical and academic study, preparing you for leadership and management in clinical research. 

Clinical Practice students in the library

  One year, full-time or two years, part-time

Application deadline: 30 June

  Study location: St George’s, University of London
  Apply to: St George's, University of London
  UK, EU/EEA citizens may apply.

This course is internationally recognised and will enable you to promote and drive change within clinical practice and develop a clinical academic career. The course is suitable for nurses, midwives, pharmacists, allied health professionals, doctors, dentists and health scientists.

This programme is awarded by St George's, University of London and delivered by the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, a partnership between Kingston University and St George's.

Find out more by downloading the fact sheet (PDF)


  • Based in Universities and Faculty with a strong research infrastructure and demonstrable research track record
  • Support to develop your clinical academic career 
  • Shared campus with St George's, one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK
  • Taught in partnership with Kingston University. You will benefit from a large, multi-faculty experience combined with the health science expertise offered by St George’s, University of London
  • Interprofessional education: Shared learning alongside all other MRes postgraduate courses, clinical and academic staff and researchers
  • Interaction with researchers working at the cutting edge of specific areas of applied clinical research 
  • Access to the postgraduate learning centre
  • Development of a broad range of transferable skills


2020 UK/EU Entry:

  • Full-time MRes Clin: £8,500
  • Part-time MRes Clin: £4,500 per annum

2020 Non-EU (International) Entry:

  • Full-time MRes Clin: £15,500
  • Part-time MRes Clin (two years): £8,000 per annum

Funding Your Study

  • If you are an NHS nurse, midwife or AHP you may be eligible to apply for an NIHR PCAF award and request funding for your post-graduate training.

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