Post provided by Harriet Ryder, NNMHR Network Administrator
The School of History and the Centre for History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Leeds are launching an exciting new MA programme in the History of Health, Medicine and Society.
This postgraduate degree allows students to explore relationships between health, medical practices and wider society in a broad range of chronological and geographical contexts. Our MA students will benefit from our world-class library resources, a lively postgraduate research culture, and the breadth and depth of staff expertise in this cutting-edge field. This short film provides additional information.
We’re delighted to announce that we propose to offer a dedicated scholarship covering fees and maintenance to a student commencing study on this MA programme in 2016, amongst our range of other scholarships available. The deadline for scholarship applications is 30 June. Read more regarding instructions for applying.
Please direct any enquiries to Dr Laura King, Programme Director.