The next intake for this course is September 2017. We welcome applications from graduates with a 2:2 minimum classification (or equivalent) from their undergraduate degree. It would be expected that in most cases applicants should hold (or by the time of commencement of the course hold) a first degree in an appropriate subject such as those recognised as bioscience based courses by QAA for example biology, bioscience, nutrition, exercise science, human biology, health sciences, health promotion, cell biology and biotechnology. Those with an interest in the course possessing a non-bioscience based degree are asked to contact the course leader below for guidance prior to application. International students are welcome to apply, the minimum English requirement is the British Council International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) minimum score 7.0
Months of entry
Regenerative Medicine includes a range of pharmaceutical related approaches, where small molecules and biologicals are used to stimulate the body’s innate repair systems, as well as the use of cell based therapies, and bioactive scaffolds. The production of these new medicines and devices involves a chain of important stages in development, including laboratory based invention, preclinical testing, navigation of intellectual property issues and compliance with a range of regulatory requirements. It is a vibrant area of endeavour involving multidisciplinary interactions and strong employment opportunities for those trained in the field.
The MSc Regenerative Medicine will provide students with a multidisciplinary approach to gaining a critical knowledge and training in the biological and chemical basis of tissue regeneration, stem cell biology; as well as knowledge of the basics of intellectual property law, regulatory affairs, ethical issues, all of which are key components of the global regenerative medicine industry. It is a vibrant area of endeavour involving multidisciplinary interactions and strong employment opportunities for those trained in the field.
Ultimately, the course aims to produce postgraduates capable of making a significant contribution within the regenerative medicine industry. Graduates will be well placed to secure jobs in academic research however the transferable skills developed during the course will equip graduates for a wide range of careers outside the laboratory for example within biotechnology business. Additionally, the course prepares students for higher level study such PhD level study.
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Course contact details
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