To qualify for the Masters programme students will be expected to have at a minimum a Second Class Honours degree (2.2) or equivalent in a science or engineering discipline.
Months of entry
Biomedical diagnostics is the study of procedures that provide information to aid the screening, detection, diagnosis and monitoring of disease. This M.Sc. programme delivers structured, module-based training in Diagnostics at postgraduate level for suitably qualified and experienced graduates. You can also attend stand-alone modules or workshops, which will be especially relevant to those in industry wishing to develop skills in new advances in diagnostics.
The Biomedical Diagnostics Institute (BDI) (www.bdi.ie) at Dublin City University is a multidisciplinary research institute focused on the development of next generation biomedical diagnostic devices. As part of the BDI Education and Outreach programme the institute has developed a M.Sc. in Biomedical Diagnostics.
Information for international students
Applicants may apply online through the Postgraduate Application Centre (www.pac.ie/dcu) by 7th July 2017. Applicants who require a study visa for the purposes of gaining entry into Ireland are advised to apply as early as possible.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Michael Freeley
- +353 (01) 01 700 5961