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For all the information you need on how to apply for a research degree and to make sure you fulfil the entry requirements visit our 'How to apply' page
You should have a good honours degree (2:1 or above) or masters degree or equivalent in the relevant subject area.
International applicants should be aware of our English language requirements
All of our research is internationally excellent in impact, and the majority is world-leading.
High impact health research at the University of Bedfordshire is benefitting patients and their communities, professionals and policy makers locally and globally.
We combine the specialist areas of health services research, clinical practice, psychology and biomedicine to deliver multidisciplinary solutions and developments in key areas of health policy and practice.
Our research focuses on responding to the challenges of improving the health and wellbeing of our local communities and the global population. It attracts funding from established and well known organisations such as the National Institute for Health Research, The Department of Health, The European Union, Kidney Research UK and many more.
Our specialist facilities allow us to use current, emerging and innovative technologies in our work, ensuring that we provide the best value possible to the communities and practitioners whose lives are improved by our research.
We work with governments, charities and the NHS to produce new approaches to dealing with health issues old and new.
Our Institute for Health Research is a partner of the National Institute for Health Research and the East of England Research Design Service.
We provide research advice, training and support for the NHS and are a recognised accredited centre for the Royal Society of Public Health.
Our research community includes students at all levels - from undergraduate to doctorate – working with us to make sure that our leading-edge work to improve health and wellbeing has a healthy future.
Our research students benefit from studentships from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as from the NHS and various government health departments from around the world.