Description of Course:
Biomedical Scientists play a crucial role in modern healthcare teams, collaborating with medical professionals to facilitate disease diagnosis, assess treatment effectiveness, and contribute to research on the origins and remedies of illnesses. This program, accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), is ideal for individuals aspiring to develop advanced expertise and skills in the field of Biomedical Science.
Why Opt for this Program?
The demand for Biomedical Scientists is significant in various sectors, including healthcare services (NHS pathology labs, National Blood and Transplant Service), medical research, the pharmaceutical industry, and esteemed organizations like the UK Health Security Agency and the Medical Research Council.
You will receive training in essential skills for the comprehensive analysis and interpretation of scientific literature, enabling you to integrate this knowledge into evidence-based practices. Our goal is to enhance your research capabilities and written communication skills, preparing you to make effective contributions to the scientific community.
The program concludes with a Research Dissertation, assessed through the creation of a research article structured similarly to publishable scientific work, accompanied by a concise oral presentation. Project options may involve data or laboratory-based initiatives tailored to align with your specific research interests.
Completion of the MSc program opens up diverse and exciting career prospects and research opportunities, including roles in biomedical or clinical research, medicine, positions as physician associates, pursuing a PhD, or engaging in teaching.
English Language Requirement:
- IELTS – 6.5
- TOEFL – 88