Research course

Molecular and Cellular Biology (Medicine Related)

Queen Mary, University of London · Biological and Chemical Sciences

Entry requirements

Students with upper-second class (or better) BSc honours degrees or equivalent are eligible to apply for admission to research degrees.

Months of entry


Course content

The MA/MSc in Geography is designed to provide an advanced understanding of a variety of specialisms in human geography. A key feature of the programme is its flexibility. It can be taken in three different modes, enabling you to choose the length of dissertation and number of optional modules (whether in Geography or a cognate discipline) you take. The programme has proven especially popular not only with recent graduates, but also with professionals who want to update their qualifications and widen their research and writing skills.
This programme will:

  • Develop and enhance your skills and understanding of human geography.
  • Allow you to refresh your knowledge of geographical debate and issues, or develop new interests or take a new direction.
  • Give you training in research methods.
  • Offer a range of optional modules and specialisms, allowing you to tailor the course to suit your interests.

Department specialisms

Molecular Biology; Molecular Recognition; Molecular Genetics; Molecular Endocrinology; Cellular Metabolism; Protein Structure and Function; Enzyme Mechanism

Fees and funding

Research Councils, Wellcome Trust, college, studentships and research assistantships.

Qualification and course duration


full time
36 months


full time
12 months

Course contact details

Prof K Brocklehurst
020 7882 6332
020 8983 0531