The Department of Brain Sciences aims to nurture the next generation of scientists by training undergraduates and postgraduates and by creating a collaborative environment that supports the career development of young scientists. We offer postgraduate programmes in Experimental Neuroscience (MRes) and Translational Neuroscience (MSc), in addition to running the MRC Addiction Research Clinical Training programme. We also welcome applications from outstanding candidates wishing to pursue a PhD in the Department.
We're ranked among the top ten best universities in the world, making an Imperial degree highly valued by employers across the globe. We are proud of our international outlook. Ranked this year by Times Higher Education as the UK's most international university, Imperial students represent over 140 countries. Our research collaborations span the globe tackling some of the world's biggest challenges, including the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
MSc Translational Neuroscience
This course is designed to provide high-quality training to tomorrow's neuroscientists, who will play a vital role in not only understanding what causes neurological and psychiatric disorders but also developing better treatments and cures. The course will be delivered by world-leading expert clinicians and neuroscientists working across the spectrum in Neuroscience.