A Masters degree in a subject appropriate to the course of study to be followed, or a Second-class Honours degree of a UK university, or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard, in a subject appropriate to that of the course of study to be followed. Appropriate research experience is also required.
Months of entry
January, September, April
The Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases encompasses all the laboratory-based research in the School as well as that on the clinical and epidemiological aspects of infectious and tropical diseases.
The range of disciplines represented is very broad and interdisciplinary research is a feature of much of the activity. The spectrum of diseases studied is wide, including major groups with a focus on malaria, tuberculosis, HIV⁄ AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, eye disease, vaccine development and evaluation, and vector biology and control.
HIV Infection; Tuberculosis; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Acute Phase Protein; Trachoma; Parasitology; Communicable Disease Epidemiology
Fees and funding
Details of funding opportunities can be found on the School's website: Funding and Scholarships
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- The Study Team