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  Biomedical Science (Antimicrobial Resistance) MRes

St George’s, University of London    Graduate School

Full time September MRes One year, full time
Biological Sciences (4)

About the course

Biomedical scientists work at the cutting edge of research and medicine, helping to solve some of the most threatening diseases and conditions facing mankind. St George’s boasts a renowned heritage in this field, constantly developing new and innovative ways to diagnose, prevent and treat numerous diseases. Edward Jenner, the ‘father of immunology’ who successfully performed the first vaccination against smallpox, was based at St George’s. More recently, our research has included a focus on tuberculosis, malaria, and HIV in low and middle-income countries.

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St George’s, University of London offers a number of scholarships for outstanding students wishing to study a postgraduate course at the UK’s specialist health university. We are dedicated to transforming people’s lives in the UK and around the world. The scholarships are offered as a tuition fee discount.

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To be eligible for a scholarship you must:

Have made an application for a postgraduate Master’s course, either full-time or part-time study, by the deadlines stated above

Not already be qualified at a Master’s level or above (e.g. PhD)

Be self-funding your course fees or in receipt of a tuition fee loan (courses funded by the NHS or students receiving employer or sponsor funding are not eligible)

Have, or be predicted, a 2:1 or above or international equivalent

Application Procedure

There is no separate application process to apply. If you are a Home or International applicant applying for a taught postgraduate Master’s course which has a scholarship, you will be automatically considered for the scholarship, provided you submit your course application by the deadline below.

You must ensure your course application is completed and submitted by the deadline in order to be considered. This means your application must contain all relevant supporting documentation required by the programme applied to, such as your references contact detail, transcripts, and English language test results.

Your referees will be contacted at the point of submission, so we encourage you to apply before the deadline in order for us to obtain your references in time. Alternatively, you will need to request for your referees to complete their reference for you on the same day as you submit your application.

For some of our direct entry courses you may be invited to an in-person or virtual panel interview, which will form part of the scholarship criteria.

All successful applicants will be contacted before 1 July 2024.

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