This programme is normally aimed at those intending to undertake a PhD. It provides a broad and balanced foundation of biological, biomedical and biochemical knowledge and skills, including laboratory skills.
You will take advantage of an excellent learning environment to advance personal scholarship through the study of the biological sciences/medical sciences interface with particular reference to interdisciplinary biomedical research. You will also learn about the critical evaluation of evidence, literature searching and writing literature reviews, and preparing a research proposal
Teaching is through seminars and lectures and laboratory-based research projects with individual supervision from your tutor.
Is it right for me?
You will need a good academic background, normally at least an upper second class degree (2:1) or equivalent.
A taught postgraduate course at Warwick can offer you advanced and detailed study in the subject of your first degree or you can develop specific skills for your chosen career in the workplace.
Whichever way you wish to take your postgraduate study in the future, we are looking for bright, talented and motivated individuals who are willing to make a real contribution to graduate study at Warwick.
The MSc degree in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research is a full-time degree taught by Warwick Medical School, the School of Life Sciences and the Centre for Systems Biology. The period of study normally required for the MSc is one year. All candidates must satisfy the Board of Graduate Studies’ requirements for entry and will normally hold at least an upper second class honours degree (2:1) or equivalent.
26 August 2016
Recipient: University of Warwick
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