A second class Honours degree (2:2 or above) or equivalent qualification in Immunology or other biological science degree is required for entry onto this programme.
Months of entry
This MSc in Immunology & Immunotherapy will lead you through a wide ranging curriculum illustrating the relevance of immunology to the maintenance of health and the development of the latest immunotherapies for diseases such as cancer. It includes courses on basic and advanced immunology and immunotherapy, genes and immunity, biologic therapies, applied statistics, bioinformatics and host-pathogen interactions in infection. The programme will provide you with:
- An understanding of the general principles of immunology
- Experience and understanding of current and future immunotherapies in cancer and autoimmune disease
- An ability to apply knowledge in academic and health contexts
- Opportunities to learn from world renowned researchers
The MSc is ideal for students and scientists who want to improve their career prospects, fill skills gaps and further their hands-on immunology research experience in an era of raidly increasing immunotherapeutic options.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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