Master’s Degree in Oculoplastics, Orbit and Tear Ducts

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Objectives

  1. To acquire a high level of knowledge in the area of oculoplastics, orbit and tear ducts grounded in evidence-based medicine.

  2. To acquire hands-on experience in oculoplastics that enables participants to work autonomously based on current criteria for action.

  3. To learn how to apply this specialisation professionally as part of a multidisciplinary and coordinated team and with experts in specific areas, in a climate of respect and mutual collaboration that promotes the exchange of knowledge, creativity and innovation.

  4. To ensure a good doctor-patient relationship by providing patients excellent individual attention, acting as a good, accessible, friendly and available professional.

  5. To learn how to use and gain experience handling cutting-edge oculoplastic diagnostic and treatment tools.

  6. To cultivate an ongoing desire to disseminate knowledge, teach and further one’s education.

  7. To acquire experience in research and project assessment.

  8. To acquire the knowledge necessary to perform oculoplastic surgery.

Presentation

Introduction

The aim of this master’s degree is to provide students the knowledge and clinical skills necessary to work independently within the Ophthalmological subspecialty of Oculoplastics, Orbit and Tear Ducts, and the knowledge and skills required to perform research.

Prerequisites & admissions

Undergraduate degree in Medicine and Surgery. Specialist in Ophthalmology.

In the case of foreign candidates, all qualifications must be recognised as equivalent at the time of application.

Availability to study on an exclusive, full-time basis. Availability to start on the set date and complete the course in its entirety.

This programme is incompatible with other jobs.

Candidates must speak and understand Spanish perfectly (C1 level).

Enrolment

€2,964 (including enrolment fees: €480), payable to the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya.

The HR department at the ICR will provide assistance during the enrolment process.

Location

  1. Catalan Retina Institute
    Ganduxer, 117
    Barcelona
    08022

  2. Universitat Internacional de Catalunya
    C/ Josep Trueta, s/n
    Sant Cugat del Vallès
    08195