Homepage  /  IVF Education & Embryology Courses  /  Part Time & Distance Learning

Clinical Embryology & In Vitro Fertilisation (distance learning) PG Cert / PG Dip / MSc

University of Dundee
Dundee, United Kingdom
Visitor Comments | Add to Favorites | Refer to Friends

Clinical Embryology & In Vitro Fertilisation (distance learning) PG Cert / PG Dip / MSc

This course provides you with the wide-ranging education required to run a successful ART service, including training in basic science, embryology, andrology, clinical and controversial issues, and business management. You will also explore research in reproductive medicine, designing and undertaking your own research project. There will be a joint clinical and laboratory focus, having fostered a dynamic collaboration with a busy clinical ART centre at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee.

In recognition of the need for a more flexible online approach to learning, especially for those continuing in employment, the teaching will take place asynchronously online, maintaining our close NHS links through a combination of interactive teaching. This will give you a strong understanding of clinical procedure alongside the scientific process, and how what happens in the laboratory can affect your patient experience.

You will be taught by a mixture of experienced faculty, including scientists, clinicians, embryologists, andrologists, counsellors and business managers. Our Distinguished Speakers Series gives you access to world leaders in the field of embryology and ART as they give seminars on their area of expertise. This will give you the well-rounded knowledge and skills to develop your career in ART.

You can select to complete different qualifications depending on your career goals and circumstances:

  • Postgraduate Certificate (part time distance learning – 60 credits – 12 months)
  • Postgraduate Diploma (part time distance learning – 120 credits – 24 months)
  • MSc (part time distance learning – 180 credits – 36 months)

Entry Requirements: 
A UK Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1) degree OR a UK Medical degree or equivalent (for a full list of alternatives, please see our website linked below). Your degree should be in medicine, biological science, biochemical science, medical, biomedical science, physical science, midwifery, nursing, chemical science, or psychology.

Course website: 


Course website:

Ninewells Hospital and Medical School
University of Dundee
James Arnott Drive
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1382 383653
E-mail: Contact Dr Zoe Johnston
Customer Reviews (0)
write a review
(No reviews found. You may write the first one!)

Join Our Newsletter - Don't Miss Anything!!!

Stay in touch with the latest news by subscribing to our regular email newsletters