Current fees are €6,815 (full-time, EU), €13,750 (full-time, non-EU), €3,520 (part-time, EU)
The MSc Biotechnology programme aims to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and experience that are needed to pursue a successful career in biotechnology. Through tutorials, lectures, assignments and a four-month research project, the programme focuses on the adaptation and application of biological processes for commercial and industrial use. This course would be suitable for graduates with a primary degree in the Biological Sciences who wish to extend their knowledge and skills for a career in the biotechnology sector.
Graduates have found employment in the pharmaceutical and food industries, and in diagnostic and research services, with companies such as Abbott, Allergan, ICON Clinical Research, Norbrook Laboratories and Pfizer. They are pursuing careers in manufacturing, quality assurance, product development and research, as well as the broader sectors of sales, marketing, and regulatory affairs.
Five-month laboratory project with an academic research team on a biotechnology topic.
Frontiers in Biotechnology:
An interactive tutorial-based module that will develop students' transferable skill and knowledge of recent advances in biotechnology.
Current Methodologies in Biotechnology:
Experts will teach methodologies fundamental to biotechnological research and application.
A comprehensive overview of immunological and molecular diagnostics applied in current biotechnological applications.
Fundamental Concepts in Pharmacology:
Fundamental understanding of how drugs work and how they are discovered and developed.
Enhancing protein production and function of biopharmaceutical and industrial proteins on a commercial scale.
Introduction to Business:
Concepts of marketing, management and accountancy and their application in biotechnology businesses.
Optional Modules (Choose 2)
Advanced Industrial Process:
This module is designed to develop an awareness of microbial technologies and their applications to biotechnology.
Applied Concepts of Pharmacology:
This module introduces students to autonomic pharmacology and drug discovery and development.
This module aims to provide students with an in-dept understanding of the process of scientific publications.
Emphasis on the clinical value of manipulation of the immune system.
Quality Management Systems:
QMS for the efficient and safe running of commercial and industrial biotechnology enterprises.
Cell & Molecular Biology: Advanced Technologies
This module outlines the fundamentals of cell and molecular biology.
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