Scientist Training Programme accredited courses


27 / 9 / 2012 12.36pm

The following universities offer accredited Scientist Training Programme courses having met the requirements of the Modernising Scientific Careers Programme.


This page is designed to inform employers of which universities are running the courses. If you are an individual considering undertaking clinical scientist training, please refer to the National School of Healthcare Science who is responsible for co-ordinating the programmes or NHS Careers on 0345 6060655, who can advise on entry routes and eligibility.

Scientist Training Programme courses

University Courses Offered
Aston University (Accredited September 2011) Neurosensory Sciences
Kings College London (Accredited September 2011) Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering
University of Liverpool (Accredited September 2011) Medical Physics
University of Manchester (Accredited September 2011) Neurosensory Sciences and Blood Sciences
Manchester Metropolitan  University (Accredited September 2013) Cardiac Science & Respiratory and Sleep Sciences
Newcastle University (Accredited September 2011) Medical Physics, Cardiac, Vascular, Respiratory and Sleep Sciences & Gastrointestinal Physiology and Urodynamic Science
University of Nottingham (Accredited September 2011) Infection Sciences, Blood Sciences and Cellular Sciences
Queen Mary's, University of London (Accredited September 2011) Infection Sciences
Swansea University (Accredited January 2013) Radiotherapy and Radiation Safety Physics


The National School for Healthcare Science has published a map of all the higher education institutes providing STP courses.

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