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Overview

The Master of Surgery (MS) Program requires an original contribution to knowledge in some field related to surgery. See UNSW Higher Degree Research Learning Outcomes.

Generally, candidates must have at least three years' experience of surgical training and there should be a lapse of five years before the thesis is submitted from the date of the award of the undergraduate medical degree.

Candidature

An approved candidate shall be enrolled in one of the following categories:

  • full-time attendance at the University;
  • part-time attendance at the University;
  • external - not in regular attendance at the University and using research facilities external to the University.

A candidate shall be required to undertake an original investigation or design on an approved topic. The candidate may also be required to undergo such examination and perform such other work as may be prescribed by the Committee.

The work shall be carried out under the direction of a supervisor appointed from the full-time members of the University staff.

The progress of a candidate shall be reviewed annually by the Committee following a report by the candidate, the supervisor and the head of the school and as a result of such review the Committee may cancel enrolment or take such other action as it considers appropriate.

A candidate shall be enrolled for a minimum of 96 units of credit (uoc) and up to a maximum of 144uoc. 

Faculty

Faculty of Medicine

Campus

Kensington

Study Level

Research

Typical duration

2 Years

Delivery Mode

Research

Academic Calendar

Research Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

96

Award type

Masters (Research)

Award(s)

Master of Surgery - MS

CRICOS Code

001009E

Entry Requirements

Program Fees

At UNSW fees are generally charged at course level and therefore dependent upon individual enrolment and other factors such as student's residency status. For generic information on fees and additional expenses of UNSW programs, click on one of the following:

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