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MRes Molecular Plant and Microbial Sciences


Course Description

The backbone of the MRes in Molecular Plant and Microbial Sciences is a 12-month period of research starting in the first week of October.

It consists of two research projects performed in research groups focusing on plant genetic engineering, plant development, plant molecular biology, proteomics, plant biochemistry, plant-microbe interactions, transcriptomics and bioinformatics.

In parallel with your research project, you may also attend lectures from relevant advanced courses delivered at Imperial, such as Advanced Topics in Plant Molecular Biology.

You will also attend seminars organised either by individual research groups or collectively by the plant and microbial sciences academics.

Visit the MRes Molecular Plant and Microbial Sciences page on the Imperial College London website for more details!

Entry Requirements

The minimum qualification for admission is normally an Upper Second Class (2:1) honours degree in a science-based subject from an UK academic institution or an equivalent overseas qualification.

Course Fees

To find up-to-date information on our fees please visit our Student Finance page (View Website)


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