ICTM at UCL launches a new Apprenticeship route to study the MSc Statistics for Clinical Trials

08 Feb 2024

As part of National Apprenticeship week, UCL’s Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodolgoy (ICTM) is launching a new route for the MSc in Statistics for Clinical Trials. This allows students to study part-time as part of an integrated apprenticeship, which will provide you with a level 7 qualification as a medical statistician. This route is in the final stages of approval at UCL, detailed information about the apprenticeship and how to apply will be available soon.

The MSc in Statistics for Clinical Trials is an online course designed and run by statisticians who directly work on clinical trials. It provides an opportunity to develop statistical knowledge using real-life clinical trial examples. Course content is organised in modules, which are taught in a combination of online learning packages and live online classes.

By taking part in this course, students will acquire in-depth knowledge of statistical methods and develop the skills to become a clinical trial statistician, shaping the future of clinical trial design, conduct and analysis.

One of our Alumni, Abraham, shares his experience about studying this MSc course at ICTM in the video below:

The Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology (ICTM) is a leading centre for clinical trials, meta-analysis, and epidemiological studies. It focuses on creating new methods to improve these studies.

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