Biomedical Science MSc

Biomedical Scientists are essential members of the modern healthcare team and, in collaboration with doctors and other medical professions, aid in diagnosis of disease, evaluate effectiveness of treatment, and research into causes and cures of diseases.

Biomedical Scientists are regulated, on behalf of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), by the IBMS.

MSc Award
October Start
Full-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

Applicants should normally have one of the following:

An Honours degree (minimum 2.2) containing a significant content of biological/biomedical science or a relevant postgraduate qualification. Graduates without a degree in Biomedical Sciences (e.g. Biological Sciences or Life Sciences) must have at least 50% of Level 6 (or equivalent) modules in Biomedical Sciences-related subjects (e.g. immunology, genetics, human biology, physiology, microbiology, histology, biochemistry, haematology etc).

Substantial relevant work experience, together with evidence of recent study or writing at an appropriate level.

Applications are invited from:

NHS staff;

Health professionals from overseas;

Those with related undergraduate degrees (e.g. Human and Biological Sciences) or equivalent professional qualifications and background experience.

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