17. WILL I GET A UNIVERSITY ID CARD?
You will be given these when you arrive for the residential week in year 2. If required, we might be able to send these out to you once you have completed enrolment and have received your University Single Sign On (SSO).
18. WHERE WILL I GRADUATE?
Graduation ceremonies are organised by your college. You will be invited to attend a University Graduation Ceremony should you wish to. Attendance is not mandatory and will not affect you receiving your award. The cost of travel to your graduation ceremony is not included in your course fee.
19. WILL MY DEGREE CERTIFICATE STATE 'ON-LINE' ON IT?
No, your degree will not have the mode of study on it. Similarly, all Masters degree at Oxford hold equivalent academic status.
21. What are the career benefits for taking this course?
This is a new course; the first cohort started their studies in October 2020 with graduation scheduled in 2022. As this is a new course, we don’t have any information about the career paths of our graduates yet.
It is expected that graduates will hold senior positions in a variety of roles as clinical academics, diagnosticians, scientists and clinicians in academia, health services and the pharmaceutical industry.
Graduates may also consider a career in academic research and register for a research degree such as a PhD/DPhil.
Our current students have told us that the reason they are taking the course is to broaden their knowledge beyond their current expertise, to have a multi-disciplinary understanding of all the elements that make up precision medicine.
They see this broader understanding as a route to taking leadership roles, leading work across multiple sub-disciplines of precision medicine.
They also see this broad understanding and up-to-date knowledge as enabling them to respond to future developments as the field continues to evolve.
22. I HAVE FURTHER QUESTIONS, WHO SHOULD I CONTACT?
Please contact the The Education Team at firstname.lastname@example.org