University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham

Molecular Mechanistic Toxicology

This programme provides students with research orientated training. The university provides a lively, highly interactive teaching and research environment; specific areas of active research include: mechanisms of cell toxicity; cellular proliferation and differentiation; environmental genomics and metabolomics; molecular biomarkers of genotoxicity and stress responses; non-genotoxic carcinogens and intercellular communication; role of environmental and genetic factors in neurological disease.

Entry requirements

At least a 2.1 Honours degree with a substantial component of molecular biology; English language requirements may apply for international students.

Assessment methods

The taught component is assessed by a combination of examinations and coursework; the dissertation component is assessed by a thesis and oral presentation.

Sponsorship information

ESF; BBSRC.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MRes Full-time September 2016 GBP 17,910 per Year 1 (International) 1 years
MRes Full-time September 2016 GBP 4,110 per Year 1 (Northern Ireland) 1 years
MRes Full-time September 2016 GBP 4,110 per Year 1 (Scotland) 1 years
MRes Full-time September 2016 GBP 4,110 per Year 1 (Wales) 1 years
MRes Full-time September 2016 GBP 4,110 per Year 1 (EU) 1 years
MRes Full-time September 2016 GBP 4,110 per Year 1 (England) 1 years
MRes Part-time September 2016 GBP 2,055 per Year 1 (EU) 2 years
MRes Part-time September 2016 GBP 2,055 per Year 1 (England) 2 years
MRes Part-time September 2016 GBP 2,055 per Year 1 (Northern Ireland) 2 years
MRes Part-time September 2016 GBP 2,055 per Year 1 (Scotland) 2 years
MRes Part-time September 2016 GBP 2,055 per Year 1 (Wales) 2 years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Edgbaston Campus Birmingham B15 2TU West Midlands

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Key information

Contact: 
Biosciences Graduate Research School
Telephone number: 
0121 414 5891