Tier 4 visa pilot
Duration: Full-time MRes - 12 months
Application deadline: 30 June (international) / 31 August (home/EU)
Entry requirements: A first or second class undergraduate degree (or international equivalent) in a relevant subject.
Language requirements: IELTS 6.5 (at least 6.0 in each of the four components) or equivalent. Applicants narrowly missing this requirement may be eligible for a combined offer.
MRes in Regenerative Medicine
This programme focuses in particular on modern research in developmental biology, stem cell biology and tissue engineering with its potential applications to medicine and is a collaborative programme within the Centre for Regenerative Medicine.
The MRes provides a unique mix of taught components, extended laboratory projects, literature reviews and preparation of a grant proposal based on a research dissertation.It gives students an insight into a range of state-of-the-art research activities and techniques, and provides generic, transferable skills training needed for all early stage researchers. The programmes also address the scientific, ethical and commercial context within which the research takes place.All of the MRes programmes can be studied as the first year of our Integrated PhD programme.
Why study Biology and Biochemistry with us?
- 90% of our research judged to be internationally recognised, excellent or world-leading
- Our current research funding portfolio stands at £14 million, supporting internationally excellent research in the biosciences
What will I learn?
MRes degree programmes are designed for graduates who are contemplating a research career and who may go on to study for a PhD or to a position in industry involving interaction with research scientists.
If these do not apply, you might consider an MSc programme.
For further information please visit our department pages
At a glance
|Compulsory Taught units (12 credits)||Compulsory Taught units (18 credits)|
|Critical research analysis skills (12 credits)||Critical research analysis skills (12 credits)|
|Pharmacology of regenerative medicine|
|Optional Taught Units (12 credits)||Optional Taught Units (12 credits)|
|Select 2 units (12 credits)||Select 1 unit (6 credits)|
|Compulsory Project Unit||Compulsory Project Unit|
|Lab project 1 (27 credits)||Lab project 2 (27 credits)|
MRes degree programmes are designed for graduates who are contemplating a research career and who may go on to study for a PhD or to a position in industry involving interaction with research scientists. Avaliable modules include:
- Molecular genetics of vertebrate development
- Advanced developmental genetics
- Biochemical ethics
- Molecular mechanisms of disease
- Current topics in gene regulation and cell differentiation
- Human development disorders
- Drug targets in the immune system
- Trends in molecular signalling
- Vertebrate developmental biology
- Communicative skills in pharmacology
- Stem cell biology
- Biomedical engineering
Since graduating, our students have gone on to employment or further research at institutions in the US, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa.
Recent employers include:
- Morvus-Technology Ltd
- Royal United Hospital, Bath
- Ministry of Defence
- State Intellectual Property Office, Beijing
- Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Oxford University
- Salisbury Foundation Trust Hospital