Applicants should possess at least a UK lower second class honours degree (2:2) or equivalent in any science –based subject.
This course is for UK and international graduates from a wide range of relevant disciplines who wish to gain knowledge in the field of biomedicine and acquire the career-enhancing skills in the rapidly expanding fields of biomedical research, teaching, and laboratory management.
If you are a committed to developing your skills in Biomedical Science to a higher, professional level then this course is for you. Your individual agenda for study and personal choice of relevant disciplines will be actively encouraged, selected from the range of practices within the field of Biomedical Science. You will carry out analysis of relevant discussions, practical and research projects. There is an emphasis on identification and development of self-initiated projects. We welcome applications from recent graduates in a wide range of scientific disciplines, as well as those who are working in industry and would like to enhance their skills. This course will suit those students with an enquiring mind, keen to develop their skills in this fast paced and dynamic environment.
Months of entry
3 good reasons to study Biomedical Science at Salford:
- Research-led teaching by international experts with final projects providing experience of the research environment in practice.
- We provide graduates with comprehensive, multi-disciplinary training in specialist subject areas, which are integrated with applied clinical laboratory skills.
- Provides learning opportunities based on cutting edge experimental techniques and direct collaborative engagement with clinical, industry, business and academic biomedical communities.
Increased life expectancy will fuel increases in the incidence of age-related conditions such as heart disease, dementia, stroke, pulmonary disorders, and cancer. This MSc in Biomedical Science will allow you to explore key topics in these fields and engage in advanced research into the underlying causes of these diseases as well as understand current and novel diagnostics and current and novel treatments of the disorders.
A key focus of the degree programme is on personalised medicine, which represents a move away from a ‘one size fits all’ approach to the treatment and care of patients with a particular condition, to one which uses new approaches to better manage patients’ health and targets therapies to achieve the best outcomes in the management of a patient’s disease or predisposition to disease.
This programme is led by academics with track records in world-leading research.
Information for international students
Applicants require a minimum average score of 6 or above (and for each component 5.5 or above) from the Cambridge/British Council English Language Testing Service (IELTS).
Fees and funding
Part-time £1,332 per 30 credits
Full-time International £13,860
You should also consider further costs which may include books, stationery, printing, binding and general subsistence on trips and visits.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries Service
- +44 (0) 161 295 4545