The NHS Scientist Training Programme is a paid three-year programme, which includes both academic and work-based learning. The aim of the programme is to select, educate and retain the very best people to work within clinical scientist posts. Basic entry requirements include an undergraduate honours degree, or Master’s degree, in a subject relevant to the specialism. There are various specialisms available to apply for; from andrology, to histopathology, to neurophysiology. Studying the programme includes completing a part-time Master’s degree; which is specific to the specialism. The responsibilities that the role includes are vast and varied. Be sure to visit the website to find out more.