Develop your knowledge and skills in Molecular Pathology
The IBMS Certificate of Expert Practice Distance Learning course in Molecular Pathology is delivered in partnership with the Ulster University.
It provides a theoretical introduction to molecular pathology and its application and is intended to support those who are already trained and experienced in a specific biomedical science discipline but who wish or need to extend their knowledge and understanding as the new molecular techniques are integrated into their work.
CEP Molecular Pathology course dates
The course dates for 2021 are:
|Applications for 2021 open||W/C 17 August 2020|
|Closing date for applications||11 December 2020|
|Log-in details available||First week of January 2021|
|Introductory Module||8 January|
|Module 1||22 January|
|Module 2||5 February|
|Module 3||19 February|
|One week break||5 March|
|Deadline for submission of first assessment piece||11 March|
|Module 4||12 March|
|Module 5||26 March|
|Module 6||9 April|
|Exam Result Notification||1 June|
|Examination (Re-sits)||10 June|
|Deadline for submission of second assessment piece||11 June|
|Results Released||6 July|
|Certificates Sent Out||W/C 12 July|
.You will be awarded an IBMS Certificate of Expert Practice in Molecular Pathology on successful completion of the course
CEP Molecular Pathology how to apply
You will need to submit to the IBMS Examinations Team:
- a completed Certificate of Expert Practice in Molecular Pathology application form
- your payment of £685 (for the 2021 intake)
You can also submit a copy of your application and payment by post to Examinations, IBMS, 12 Coldbath Square, London, EC1R 5HL.
On the application form you are requested to briefly describe why you are applying to undertake the qualification. Your application will not be accepted or rejected based on what is stated instead this information is being requested simply to enable us to understand your level of experience and the motivation for applying.
Please note that places are limited to 60 candidates and that candidates will only be allowed to undertake one of the four distance learning courses at a time.