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Please note that this programme is currently subject to University approval. This programme is designed to provide a high level understanding of the theory and practice of cancer research and to connect cancer-related biomedical research with clinical applications. Read more
Please note that this programme is currently subject to University approval. Life Sciences and Technology are an integral part of the global economy. Our Bionformatics MSc has been designed with input from major industry players to meet current and emerging skill gaps for professional bioinformaticians. Read more
In this unique course we teach quantitative methods and biological concepts together, through application of the methods to cutting-edge biological research problems. Read more
Please note that this programme is currently subject to University approval. Sustainable Food Systems are essential to ensure that all people across the world have access to safe, nutritious and affordable food. Read more
The Animal Science department in the Postgraduate School offers taught courses in Animal Biology and Welfare and Animal Production and Nutrition as well as programmes undertaken by research leading to an MSc, MPhil or PhD award. Read more
Writtle University College has an excellent reputation for its existing undergraduate Equine Sports Therapy course and our Integrated Masters in Vet Physio as well as our BSc in Animal Therapy that have both academic and professional input and by popular demand we are now offering an MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy as a postgraduate pathway. Read more
This MSc by Research provides an opportunity for students from biological subjects to begin research in life sciences. The study of zoology is an exploration of how animals have evolved, how they function, and the ways in which they interact with their environment. Read more