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  Biological Sciences MRes

University of Chester    Biological Sciences

Full time & Part time See Course MRes 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
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The Biological Sciences MRes programme at the University of Chester offers a research-focused Master's level training course in various specialisms within the biological sciences. Alongside two taught modules, students will undertake an extensive research project to develop their research and project management skills. The Department of Biological Sciences has expertise in areas such as Conservation Ecology, Animal Behaviour, and Molecular Biology, with opportunities for collaboration and external partnerships. The programme includes compulsory modules in research methods and a choice of specialist modules relevant to the student's research project or career path. Entry requirements include a 2:1 honours degree or relevant work experience.

About the course

This is a research-focused Master's level training course which can cover a range of research-specialisms within the biological sciences.

Course overview

Our MRes course in Biological Sciences allows you to carry out an extensive Master’s-level research project alongside two taught modules. You will have the opportunity to develop research and project management skills as well as building your knowledge and experience in your chosen subject area.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants should normally possess a 2:1 honours degree in any relevant discipline with additional emphasis placed upon the student's preparedness for study and performance at interview, which will inform the selection process. A 2:2 honours degree may be mitigated by substantial relevant work experience.

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