Intercalate at LSTM

Intercalate at LSTM

LSTM welcomes intercalating medical students and Veterinary students to our programmes.

Intercalated degrees give you a chance to study a particular area of study in depth.  It will also give you a grounding in research which will stand with you throughout your future career.

You can apply to take an intercalated degree after the third or fourth year of your course.

Intercalating Medic Prize

We are delighted to offer a competitive scholarship prize for funding your overseas project. This will be between £1500- £3500 depending on your project. Our research projects are often one of the most memorable aspects of a Masters at LSTM but can be out of reach for some students due to finances. We want to help you on your way to becoming leaders of the future. Applying for this scholarship will be giving you a great opportunity to showcase your skills.

Taking part in this process works on your communications, thinking about the bigger picture / multidisciplinary approach, writing an abstract, successfully applying for funding. This is not just about walking away with the funding, it’s also about the extra transferrable skills.

LSTM Intercalating Medic Prize Winners 2020/21

LSTM awards competitive Intercalating Medic Prizes to support the cost of their MSc research project.  

Celina Mitala (MSc International Public Health – Sexual & Reproductive Health).  Celina is currently conducting her research in a scope review of workplace wellbeing in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicity Social Care Workers. Celia used animation software as part of her project presentation.   

Beth McCallum (MSc International Public Health – Humanitarian Assistance).  Beth is currently doing her research project on the cost and feasibility of dietary supplements to infants in rural Kenya.

Beth says “I’m currently carrying out research on the cost and feasibility of dietary supplements to infants in rural Kenya.  This research is part of a larger trial, and it has involved working closely with a team on the ground in Kenya, alongside academics and experts and it has been a really great experience that I wouldn’t have had if I hadn’t decided to join LSTM.  I feel really privileged that I’m part of such an exciting intervention trial.”

Rachel McCormick (MSc International Public Health – Humanitarian Assistance). Rachel's research will be focused on secondary data analysis, using data collected between January 2013 and November 2016 from a randomised control trial noninferiority study that examined the effectiveness of various treatment regimens for Cryptococcal meningitis (Molloy et al., 2018).