Minimum 2:1 first degree in environmental science, chemistry, molecular life science or biomedical science, although further graduate study or appropriate work experience may also be taken into account. Equivalent qualifications from overseas candidates are acceptable.
Months of entry
Analytical Science includes toxicology, therapeutic drug monitoring and forensic science. Chemistry is fundamental to all three activities and particular strengths exist in the separation sciences and mass spectrometry and the development of novel analytical methods.
Specific examples include improvements to aid detection of drug-facilitated sexual assaults and other vulnerable groups, such as children, the chemical profiling of fingerprints, including drugs and their residues, and use of nanoparticles for forensic purposes.
The Drug Control Centre in the Division is the UK World Anti-Doping Agency accredited laboratory and it will play a key role in the 2012 Olympics anti-doping screening program.
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Information for international students
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Fees and funding
Home students are funded by grants and studentships from research councils, charities, government bodies, and the pharmaceutical industry. Overseas students are usually either self-funded or obtain scholarships from their own countries, the British Council or Association of Commonwealth Universities.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admission
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