- 2:2 degree in a biological science (e.g. Biochemistry, Biomedical Sciences, Microbiology or Immunology)
- Or a BTEC with experience in a field related to infection and immunity, such as a health service or biopharmaceutical laboratory
- Or a medical or veterinary degree, provided that the course included significant elements of molecular biology, microbiology and immunology
Months of entry
In infants worldwide, infectious disease accounts for higher mortality and morbidity than any other category of disease. Tackling the burden of infectious disease on mankind is recognised as a health priority by the World Health Organisation and by the United Nations in its Millennium Development Goals. This Postgraduate Degree responds to the international need for research scientists by training biological and biomedical graduates to develop their knowledge and research skills in the fields of immunology and infection.
The course combines practical and theoretical teaching delivered by scientists and clinicians working in the University's College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology. Of great value to potential employers, the course also gives you experience of research in a six-month research project.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Alan Bevington
- +44 (0)116 223 1402