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Regenerative Medicine encompasses many areas of life science and medicine. It has been gaining an enormous interest from the commercial sector and from the healthcare systems world-wide, helping the development of potential, alternatives to long-term, high-cost care approaches.
Regenerative Medicine includes a range of pharmaceutical related approaches, where small molecules and biologicals are used to stimulate the body's innate repair systems, as well as the use of cell-based therapies, bioactive scaffolds and drug delivery modalities. The production of these new medicines and devices involves a chain of important stages in development, including laboratory-based invention, preclinical testing, navigation of intellectual property issues and compliance with a range of
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A 2:1 minimum classification or equivalent from undergraduate degree in a relevant subject.
It would be expected that in most cases applicants should hold a first degree in an appropriate subject such as those recognised as bioscience based courses by QAA, for example: Biology, Bioscience, Nutrition, Exercise Science, Sport Science, Human Biology, Health Sciences, Health Promotion, Cell Biology and Biotechnology.
Those with an interest in the course possessing a non-bioscience based degree are asked to contact the course leader for guidance prior to application.
I studied BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Suffolk, in which I was provided with every opportunity I needed to succeed. The required level of independence from sixth form to university can be a big step up, especially if you are studying in an area that you are less confident. However, my lecturers were very supportive and delivered lectures in a relaxed style that enabled students to feel comfortable in the university environment. Then, if needed, they were always available for further support and guidance outside of lectures. This was a big factor in so many people succeeding.
Additionally, practical experience was extensive, developing everybody into fully competent sport scientists, which significantly improves your employability and the ability to stand out amongst others. Few students get the practical experience that Suffolk students do.
Now I am studying the postgraduate course MSc Regenerative Medicine and I am constantly learning that all the same great opportunities, and more, are provided at postgraduate level too. The lecturers have provided me with the opportunity and skills to progress beyond what I ever thought was possible in such a short time after completing undergraduate study. All of the lecturers are extremely encouraging and give students extra attention, teaching them to an outstanding level, both academically and practically.
I thought that studying a Masters degree would be extremely difficult, especially as I didn't have the level of background knowledge that my peers had at the beginning of the year, however despite being challenging, it is very much possible.
Now I am collaborating with one of my fellow students, working with our supervising lecturer to conduct valuable experiments that will be presented at an international conference. The opportunity to participate in such an event is something I never thought I would get during my time at university.
If you have doubts about which university you should apply for, I highly recommend studying at the University of Suffolk, especially within the Science department.
am currently studying Regenerative Medicine and I decided to embark on this course as I have had an interest in genetic engineering since college. When I first started searching for universities that offer Masters for Regenerative Medicine, I realised there were not many universities or countries that offered this course. Furthermore even though one university in my country, Sri Lanka, had advertised they would be starting a similar program I was not very confident about the quality and standard as they were just starting out, therefore I began looking for my interested course in other parts of the world.
I found the University of Suffolk while I was browsing through a website and I feel so fortunate to have found such a wonderful university. What I truly feel grateful for is meeting such amazing lecturers. Since it took a bit of time to make my visa I was unable to arrive on time, however, I felt like I didn’t miss a thing, the lecturers were so kind and helpful, they sent me all the content and papers and even let me attend the classes online until I arrived.
I am in my final semester and I have really enjoyed my time here at the University of Suffolk and in this country. Furthermore, I have learnt a great deal from this course and I feel like the lecturers always try to prepare us for the real world and give us the confidence to strive for the best.
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