MSc Haematology

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  • Objectives
    These courses are designed to cover all areas relating to the use of blood as a diagnostic and therapeutic tool.
  • Entry requirements
    You would normally require one of the following: a BSc Honours degree in a relevant biological science; or a professional qualification of equivalent status with at least one year's relevant experience. Other appropriate qualifications and experience will be considered by the course leader. Where appropriate, you will be interviewed. You should normally be in possession of full-time employment in a relevant laboratory. If your first language is not English you should normally have attained the equivalent of an IELTS score of at least 6.5, with a minimum score of 6.5 in each of the four components; or TOEFL (paper) score of at least 600 plus TOEFL written test at Grade 4.5 or above; TOEFL (computer based test) of at least 250; or Cambridge Proficiency, Grade B.
  • Academic title
    MSc Haematology
  • Course description
    Course Content
    Core modules
    -Molecular and Cellular Pathology of Blood Cells 1
    -Molecular and Cellular Pathology of Blood Cells 2

    Options, choose three from:
    -Molecular Diagnostics
    -Molecular Therapeutics
    -Transfusion Science

    For the award of MSc Haematology (Transfusion Science), Immunopathology and Transfusion Science are core modules.

    The Research Project constitutes a further two modules which are required for successful completion of the MSc. If you are in employment during your studies, the experimental work for this will be carried out at your place of employment along with a critical review and design study.

    Teaching and Assessment
    Teaching is innovative and integrated with an emphasis on new technologies and developments. Student knowledge and experience are fully exploited by means of a variety of student-centred activities.

    Associated Careers
    This course will appeal to you if you are employed, or intend to be employed, in a haematology, transfusion or immunology laboratory, a research institution or pharmaceutical company.


    Part-time Home fee per 20 credit module £  2,455 (year free)
    Part-time Overseas fee per 20 credit module £ 5,130 (year free)

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