The Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine (CHSTM) of
the University of Manchester is to hold its Annual Postgraduate Open-Day on
Wednesday 11 February 2009, 2pm-4pm.  Location: seminar room 2.57, 2nd
floor, Simon Building, Brunswick Street, Manchester. A limited number of
travel bursaries are available, please let us know in advance if you wish to
apply for support.

At the Open Day there are presentations on our Masters and PhD Programmes.
We offer MScs in the following:
• History of Science, Technology and Medicine
• History of Science and Technology
• History of Medicine 
• History of Medicine (for Intercalating medical students)
• Science Communication
• Research Methods in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine.

CHSTM has up to 6 bursaries available: four ESRC 1+3 Quotas; Wellcome Trust;
AHRC Quota.

Topics covered at the Open Day include: the application process; funding;
course structure, operation and progression; careers, including
opportunities for progression to PhD.  The sessions are informal and there
will also be a chance to meet current and past Masters students.

CHSTM is one of the world-leading centres for history of science, technology
and medicine as well as science communication. We have a lively postgraduate
community of masters and PhD students, whilst having a large and successful
group of post-docs. CHSTM is embedded in Manchester’s Faculty of Life
Sciences, which was ranked in the top three submissions in the Research
Assessment Exercise 2008. We have research and teaching collaborations with
the University’s History department, the Medical and Nursing schools as well
as the social science departments. We pride ourselves on the
interdisciplinary nature of our degree programme and we cater for students
with a science background as well as those coming with a humanities or
social science undergraduate degree wishing to specialise in the history of
science, technology and medicine or science communication. The Master in
History of Medicine is available for UK medical students to intercalate
after four years of undergraduate medical education. For further information
about the Centre please navigate to

Please book your place on the open day with the Centre secretary, Gillian
Mawson, [email protected] or telephone 0161 2755850.

For further information about our Programmes please contact the programme

Dr Flurin Condrau, Programme Director, MSc. in the History of Science,
Technology and Medicine, University of Manchester, Manchester
M13 9PL
[email protected] +44 (161) 275 5861