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  MSc in Integrated Immunology (Part-time)

Online University of Oxford    Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences

Part time October MSc 2 years part time Award winner
Biological Sciences (4) Medicine (26)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the MSc in Integrated Immunology (Part-time) at the prestigious University of Oxford. This dynamic programme offers a comprehensive exploration of immunology, encompassing fundamental science, clinical applications, and cutting-edge research. Delivered online over two years, with a residential component in Oxford, the course caters to individuals unable to study full-time on campus. The curriculum covers a range of captivating topics, from innate immunity to cancer immunology, ensuring a holistic understanding of modern immunology. Students benefit from engaging with top-tier immunologists and access to world-class research facilities, enhancing their learning experience. The programme's unique focus on underprivileged candidates and those from diverse backgrounds fosters a supportive and inclusive learning environment. Entry requirements include a strong background in biological or biomedical sciences, with first-class or upper second-class honours. Join us in shaping the future of immunology and unlock your potential in this exciting field.

About the course

Immunology is an interesting, complex and dynamic subject, the applications of which have changed society. The discoveries and inventions of immunologists have led to worldwide successes in vaccination, immunotherapy, transplantation and immunodiagnostics. 

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Entry Requirements

As a minimum, applicants should hold or be predicted to achieve the following UK qualifications or their equivalent:

a first-class or strong upper second-class undergraduate degree with honours in a biological, biomedical or other relevant science, including interdisciplinary subjects.
However, entrance is very competitive and many successful applicants have a first-class degree or the equivalent.

An appropriate medical qualification equivalent to MBBS (MD for overseas students) is also a suitable background for applicants.


Home: £10,015
Overseas: £18,000

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