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Please note that this programme is currently subject to University approval.
Never before has this area of study been so publicised, with the importance of infection and its control so visible during the coronavirus pandemic, which has highlighted the need for scientists who can contribute to infectious disease research from an understanding of epidemiology, to public health measures and how the immune system responds to viruses and vaccines.
Our MSc programme will develop your understanding and skills within infectious disease, immunology, therapeutics and vaccines that connects with world class infection-related research and interfaces with clinical and global health issues.
Normally, at least a 2.1 Honours degree in a Biological Sciences subject or equivalent. Candidates must have a scientific background acceptable to the Programme Director. Candidates from non-English speaking countries must demonstrate an ability of English Language equivalent to IELTS 6.5.
At Liverpool you’ll gain a postgraduate qualification that is valued worldwide. Our master’s programmes can help you to specialise in the subject you’re passionate about, move in to a new field, or gain the qualifications and skills needed for your chosen career. But, more importantly, we can help you stand out from the crowd and achieve your ambitions.
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