The Department of Science and Technology Studies, UCL, offers up to two scholarships for the MSc programmes taught by the London Centre for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology: MSc in History of Science, Medicine and Technology MSc in Science, Technology, Medicine and Society
These studentships will cover tuition fees at Home/EU rates. They do not include a stipend or support for accommodation. There is a preference to award one scholarship for each MSc programme. However, the Department may elect instead to support truly exceptional candidates regardless of their degree choice. Eligibility: All Home/EU applicants accepted for entry onto these courses will be considered for these awards. They will be judged on the basis of their MSc application, plus any supporting material (such as impressions drawn from interviews). Those wishing to provide additional material in support of their case may submit a 750 word statement describing their particular interest in the degree. For more information about the degrees, visit the London Centre web site www.londoncentre-hstm.ac.uk
The London Centre is a consortium of three of London’s top academic units dedicated to the history of science, technology and medicine. For more than 20 years, it has offered a successful, highly-praised MSc programme in history of science, medicine and technology. From 2007 we’re expanding to offer two degrees.
MSc in History of Science, Medicine and Technology Well-established degree featuring rigorous surveys in content, analysis, and methods. Our flexible options structure allows concentration on specialised areas and themes.
MSc in Science, Technology, Medicine and Society New from 2007-08. Degree on the policy and sociology of science, technology and medicine, strongly informed by history.
Each MSc is a one-year taught programmes aiming for breadth and depth of understanding. We draw students from ages 21 to above 70, from all corners of the globe, and from backgrounds in the humanities, sciences, engineering, and the civil service. Part-time study is available, too, over two years. Typical applicants seek: preparation for PhD research, career development and enhancement, and personal enrichment. The London Centre includes prize-winning researchers and award-winning tutors. You’ll find we overflow with enthusiasm, commitment, guidance, and support.