Masters courses

Teaching and learning changes for 2020-21

Due to the coronavirus pandemic we have made some changes to teaching and learning for some courses in the 2020-21 academic year.

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We're training the next generation of bioscientists to lead new innovations in academia, industry and healthcare. Our MSc courses are designed to meet the growing demand for skilled, multi-disciplinary bioscientists, and we equip our students for roles in the NHS and other organisations around the world. Your degree will build on your undergraduate knowledge so you’ll be ready to make new discoveries in a great career after you graduate.

MSc Antimicrobial Resistance

Receive hands-on training from our Florey scientists, NHS clinicians and biotechnology industry experts to give you a real-world insight into the different approaches utilised to tackle the global threat of antimicrobial resistance, ready for an exciting career implementing change in this area.

MSc Human and Molecular Genetics

– with NHS placement opportunities

Building on emerging ideas of personalised medicine, this course is a great starting point for students considering a career in medical genetics, or molecular biology research.

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MSc Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

The biotechnological applications of molecular biology underpin major industries in the medical sector, agricultural sector, and much more.

This degree gives bioscience graduates confidence and independence in their practical skills and knowledge relevant to careers in this field.

MSc Biological Imaging

Via Physics and Astronomy

Designed to train you to use the latest microscopy techniques and discover what we can learn from the highly detailed images you'll capture.

MSc Science Communication

This exciting MSc course is taught by world-leading scientists and media practitioners in the fields of science communication and journalism.