The Department of Dermatology in Cardiff has an international reputation for research and teaching. For distance course details of the Section of Dermatology please go to the external Department of Dermatology website
The University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff acts as a referral centre for a large and cosmopolitan population. There is a large dermatology research department which includes many areas of expertise.
The research laboratories, outpatients and teaching department are all combined in the large and modern campus of the University Hospital of Wales and the Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff University.
Postgraduate Degree Programmes in Dermatology:
The MSc in Clinical Dermatology course is a full-time, structured programme designed for doctors who wish to specialise in dermatology. The course gives a firm grounding in the fundamentals of clinical and scientific dermatology and can lead on to the MSc in Clinical Dermatology.
This is a highly interactive, online, part-time distance learning programme designed to equip the general practitioner with a sound understanding of skin disease as it presents in practice. The programme delivers high level dermatological teaching covering all subject areas of interest to those in General Practice. It is possible to progress to a part-time MSc in Practical Dermatology on completion of the diploma course.