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Taught MSc students

Welcome to the Taught MSc in Musculoskeletal Sciences site at NDORMS, University of Oxford.

This part time 2-year course integrating orthopaedics and rheumatology delivers an internationally renowned programme. Our vision is to train the future leaders in the field of musculoskeletal sciences to facilitate scientific and clinical excellence that transforms the study and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases. The course provides graduate students with academic training in the principles and scientific aspects of common musculoskeletal diseases, statistical and epidemiological tools used in the research of musculoskeletal diseases and advanced modules on rheumatology, trauma and orthopaedics.

This multidisciplinary programme will be delivered by academics spanning multiple departments from within the University of Oxford with guest lectures from internationally renowned experts in this field. Students will receive comprehensive training in scientific writing skills and course assessment on literature review and grant writing assignments. Opportunities are also available to experience involvement in established research projects within NDORMS. This Taught MSc programme will prepare students for an academic career in musculoskeletal sciences to facilitate the delivery of transformational research from bench to bedside. 

Please feel free to contact our Course Administrator Charlotte Turner with any questions.


Find out more about the MSc in Musculoskeletal Sciences from the Director of Postgraduate Taught Studies for the MSc in Musculoskeletal Sciences, Associate Professor Stephanie Dakin and our current students.