Immunology - MSc
At a glance...
Course code: A3UZA
Duration: 1 year full time
Start date: October
Entry requirements: Degree, second class honours or above in an appropriate science subject, medicine, dentistry or veterinary science (more information)
Organising Division: Department of Medicine
Location: Hammersmith campus
Prof Julian Dyson email@example.com
Veronica De Araujo firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply
Applications for entry to the 2014/15 course are now open.
Information about the course, entry requirements and application procedure can be found via the links on the right hand side of the page but, if you have further questions, after viewing the information on this site, please do not hesitate to contact the Course Administrator.
Applications should be submitted online via the Application procedure page.
About the course
This course provides advanced academic, laboratory and research training in modern cellular and molecular immunology, with emphasis on the interface between the basic and clinical aspects of the subject. Four modules taught over five months are followed by a seven month research project.
At the end of the seven month research project, students will have gained excellent laboratory experience, learnt a variety of skills and techniques and produced a thesis.
This course provides ideal training for students wishing to pursue a career in science or medicine, but the many transferable skills gained during the course can also be applied to careers outside of science.
Current students can also access the anonymous College’s survey system to view previous students’ opinion on studying in the Department of Medicine: www.imperial.ac.uk/sole
If you are interested in applying please read about the application procedure and check if you are eligible.
Please see the links on the right hand side of this page for more info about entry and applications, plus "Your Questions Answered" - a page dedicated to answering frequently asked questions.