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  Biomedical Science - MSc Online

Online Ulster University    Ulster Online

Part time See Course MSc Minimum two years, part-time
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Embark on a transformative journey with Ulster University's groundbreaking Biomedical Science MSc Online programme. Designed for professionals already immersed in the field, this accredited two-year course offers unparalleled flexibility and practicality. Delve into cutting-edge specialisms such as Cellular Pathology and Medical Microbiology, while honing your skills in Quality Management and Biomedical Informatics. The innovative online platform allows you to study at your own pace, with expert guidance from a research-active team. What sets this programme apart is the opportunity to conduct a bespoke 60-credit Research Project in your workplace, under the mentorship of a seasoned professional. Upon completion, you'll be equipped to advance your career in various sectors, from clinical laboratories to bio-pharmaceutical companies. To qualify, you'll need a 2.2 UK Honours Degree in Biomedical Science or equivalent, along with practical experience in a laboratory setting. Elevate your expertise and future-proof your career with Ulster's Biomedical Science MSc Online.

About the course

Level up in the lab with Ulster University’s online Biomedical Science MSc programme.  

This two-year online Masters programme is aimed at professionals already working in Biomedical Science or a related healthcare discipline.  

This programme is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), the leading body for those working in the field and led by a research-active team with years of hands-on experience.

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Entry Requirements

- A 2.2 UK Honours Degree or above in Biomedical Science or in Biological Science with a significant amount of biomedical science, or an international equivalent.
- You must be working as a trainee or qualified biomedical scientist in a hospital, research laboratory or equivalent or have access to similar laboratory facilities.
- Evidence of competence in written and spoken English (GCSE grade C or equivalent).

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