“I decided to intercalate to do a Masters of Research because research is something I’m interested in doing more of in the future. The course at Leeds is good, it includes a nine month research project which you can tailor yourself.”
If you are a medicine or dentistry student you can take time out of your course to study for an intercalated degree. By combining your training with a years study in a complementary subject, you can develop your skills and knowledge and improve your employability. Students at Leeds and other institutions are welcome to intercalate at the University.
Integrated degrees are available at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and bursaries and other financial support are available to selected students.
Please check the entry requirements for your chosen course as they differ between undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
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Some of our degree courses are offered as Integrated Masters you undertake three years of undergraduate study, with the fourth year taught at postgraduate level, converting your undergraduate degree to a postgraduate one. These are most common in scientific disciplines.
An example of an Integrated Masters is our MEng, BEng course which is the most direct route you can take to Chartered Engineer status. If you choose to enrol on the MEng, BEng you can still decide to graduate after three years with a BEng.
We also offer Integrated Masters courses in a number of science disciplines including MChem, MBiol and MMath. These courses provide an opportunity to acquire additional specialisation and scientific experience, with a focus on extended research training and the opportunity to study Masters-level modules.
Search for Integrated Masters in our Coursefinder to see whats on offer.