Description

This IBMS-accredited programme equips you with knowledge of both the practical and theoretical aspects of specialist areas of biomedical science: clinical chemistry, medical microbiology, cellular pathology and haematology. The programme is designed for students with non-accredited degree qualifications who wish to start careers as biomedical scientists, and those in the field seeking career progression.

Study Details:

MSc Full time, Part time

Module Details:

This modular programme enables you to develop a sound knowledge of both practical and theoretical aspects of the specialist areas of biomedical science: clinical chemistry, medical microbiology, cellular pathology and haematology. You can then select an optional module from immunology or bioinformatics and a module teaching research skills, which includes generic techniques of data analysis and presentation, and literature searching, together with a study of statistics.

Student Destinations

Most graduates would be expected to pursue careers as biomedical scientists in the National Health Service. Such posts are available in hospitals and NHS ancillary services such as the Health Protection Agency and the National Blood Transfusion Service, throughout the UK. Biomedical scientists are also sought after by industry and many also work in academic research in universities, research institutes, etc. Many students also go on to careers in areas such as scientific sales and management, clinical data management etc. This degree can also be utilised by those students who have less-specific career aspirations.

Whoever you are, whatever your background, we want to help you make the most of your time at UEL and ensure that your course will help lead you to where you want to go. UEL’s dedicated Employability and Enterprise Team (EET) is on hand to support you throughout your studies and beyond. Not only should your course help lead you to the job you want, but also the skills and experience you gain along the way can prove invaluable both in starting and developing your career.

Fees

UK/EU: Full-time 2015/16: £8,000 Part-time 2015/16: £1,333 per 30 credit module; International Students: Full-time 2015/16: £11,700 Part-time 2015/16: £1,950 per 30 credit module

Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:2 with honours Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc)  from the UK, taught in English in a relevant subject area. 

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