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Full time September MSc 1 year full-time

About the course

This masters course is designed for graduates aiming to pursue careers in academic research, medicine or the pharmaceutical industry for which a thorough grounding in immunology, immune-mediated pathogenic mechanisms and immunotherapy is required. The course is underpinned by modules in basic immunological principles and technologies. A key component is the research project to be undertaken by each student under the supervision of an academic staff member.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants will normally be required to hold at least Upper Second Class Honours degree (2.1) or higher in Medicine, Veterinary Science, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Immunology, Biochemistry or a related subject.

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Student Profile(s)

Richard Wubben - (2017 M.Sc. in Immunology Graduate)

Students gain an understanding in wide range of topics - including cancer immunology, autoimmunity and viral, bacterial and parasitic Immunology. The teaching staff are experts in their fields and are always very approachable. My favourite part of the M.Sc. in Immunology was the 3-month Research Project, where the student gets to work in one of the many brilliant labs. the combination of taught lectures and a research project made me very employable in the biopharmaceutical industry and it was instrumental in me been given the opportunity to study for my PhD in Trinity

Aishwarya Vishwanathan - (2019 M.Sc. in Immunology Graduate)

Having done the M.Sc. Immunology course from Trinity College Dublin, I take immense pride in saying that I have been taught by dedicated and passionate professors, whose labs have been the origin for many popular concepts in Immunology. The engaging teaching methods employed allowed me to learn the fundamentals of Immunology, while co-curricular activities and social events, like guest lectures, allowed me to explore cutting-edge, emerging ideas. Diversity in the classroom further enhanced my learning experience. Everyone on the class came in with different career paths in mind; some inclined towards research and other towards the industry. There were multiple opportunities for me to network and build connections with my potential employers. The program left us all feeling equally prepared and it has greatly facilitated our personal and professional growth.

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