Allergy - MSc | PG Cert
You will have the option to study for a full MSc in Allergy or a Postgraduate Certificate in Allergy depending on the level and direction of your ambitions. You can achieve the Certificate in 9 months of part-time study and the MSc in a 2 or 3 year programme.
Undertake your postgraduate studies in Allergy at Imperial and you will:
Interact with some of the world’s leading experts in allergic disease and its management
Develop an understanding of the processes involved in improving the management of patients with allergic disease
Acquire the appropriate qualifications to fill specialist posts in allergy services
Applications are now open online for PG Cert in Allergy 2013/14.
Please follow this link to apply online.
We recommend early application as this course receives a large number of applicants for 30 places.
For further information please contact Dr Jill A Warner email@example.com
CPD accredited Short Courses in:
- Allergic Gastrointestinal Disease, Food Hypersensitivity, Rhinitis and Hay fever, Allergic Airways Disease and Asthma, Allergic Skin Disease and Paediatric Allergy
- *** APRIL 2013 - NEW STUDENT BURSARY ANNOUNCED ***
- We are delighted to announce that we are able to offer a bursary of £2,000 towards PGCert fees for one applicant in 2013/14. Application deadline: Friday 31st May 2013. For details of how to apply, click here
Allergy is an increasing global health problem, and both UK and worldwide there is an urgent requirement for training in clinical allergy for all levels of the medical profession who diagnose and manage patients with allergic conditions.
The Imperial College Postgraduate courses in Allergy offer a modular teaching week structure and extensive interactive online learning resources, enabling students from around the World to participate. The course faculty is derived from the wide pool of world renowned experts at Imperial College and from around the UK. The dynamic nature of the course structure enables students to receive up to the minute information on new research and clinical practice parameters and has been recognised for its innovative teaching style.
The Allergy programmes will mainly be located at St. Mary’s Hospital Paddington but students also spend time in allergy clinics in other Central London hospitals affiliated with Imperial College with strong allergy services and world renowned allergy research programmes. In particular this includes clinics at The Royal Brompton Hospital, Chelsea.
Graduates from the Postgraduate Certificate in Allergy will have acquired the knowledge base and practical skills to diagnose and manage patients with allergic diseases, enabling them to participate in allergy clinics and to provide allergy services in general practice. Those students progressing to the Masters course will have in addition acquired an in-depth knowledge of specific allergic conditions, and be able to manage research into allergic conditions, enabling them to provide clinical allergy services at a more advanced level. The qualifications will be of great value to those wishing to apply for specialist posts in secondary care in areas of medicine such as respiratory medicine, dermatology and paediatrics, where allergic mechanisms may be responsible for the underlying pathogenesis of disease entities.
Known for its academic excellence and practical outlook, the Imperial name will open doors for you all over the world. Imperial College London is ranked 5th in the world overall and 7th in the world for life sciences and biomedicine. Study Allergy part-time at Imperial and you will become a graduate of one of the world's leading universities.
While undertaking your studies you can also enjoy the attractions of one of the most exciting and diverse cities and take advantage of Imperial College’s network of contacts. You will have access to the resources, networks and reputation of one of the world’s great universities.
Current students can also access the anonymous College’s survey system to view previous students’ opinion on studying in the Department of Medicine: www.imperial.ac.uk/sole