The minimum requirement for admission is a bachelor’s degree with a 2:1 or its international equivalent. Detailed information on how to apply and admission deadlines can be found in the Application Portal
Months of entry
The Cambridge Institute for Medical Research (CIMR) and the MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit (MBU) are offering a one-year MPhil in "The Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease". This course provides an in-depth understanding of how fundamental pathways of cellular homeostasis are disrupted in genetic and infectious diseases. The course covers both practical and theoretical aspects of research and spans disease diagnosis and identification, lab-based mechanistic studies, and how potential therapeutics are developed.
- Acquire a robust understanding of human disease pathophysiology, biological mechanisms, and cutting-edge biomedical research techniques
- Master advanced research methodologies, data analysis, and statistics, harnessing these to generate innovative insights
- Refine your critical thinking abilities to dissect complex research literature and interpret experimental data
- Improve your communication skills, articulating your findings effectively and engaging in enriching scientific discourse
Information for international students
Funding opportunities available, we invite you to see what it is suitable for you by using our Univeristy Postgraduate Funding Search tool.
Fees and funding
Alternative opportunities for funding considerations can be made during the application process.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time10 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- International Admission Office