The course provides graduate students from the life sciences, engineering and physical sciences with a platform to overcome traditional barriers and collaboratively work on the ‘big problems’ and applications in synthetic and systems biology.
Students gain intensive hands-on experience in a combination of experimental biology and modelling to understand, predict and redesign biological pathways.
There is a link with the BIOS Centre at King’s College to facilitate the integration of this research with emerging ethical, legal and societal issues.
The minimum qualification for admission is normally at least an upper second class Honours degree in a physical, engineering, mathematical, or life/biomedical sciences-based subject from an UK academic institution, or an equivalent overseas qualification. A-level mathematics will generally be required for entry.
To find up-to-date information on our fees please visit our Student Finance page (website)
Recipient: Imperial College London
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