This MSc will provide you with theoretical and practical knowledge of modern molecular technologies as applied to human disease, with an emphasis on cancer. It will also train you in the application and interpretation of advanced molecular technologies and their use in pathology.

At the heart of the course is a focus on developing your skills in bioinformatics, as well as a variety of other scientific and transferable skills. By studying Molecular Pathology and Genomics, you will be equipping yourself with the tools to pursue a career in academic research, either in the clinical, pharmaceutical or diagnostic setting.

Modes of study
•Full Time   • Part Time   •Distance Learning

Start Date: September

Application Deadline:
Ongoing, however you are advised to apply by early summer as there are limited places.


For up to date fee information please refer to the QMUL website. Home/EU students here. Overseas students here.

Campus: Charterhouse Square, London, EC1M 6BQ

Entry requirements:
•Undergraduate degree in a relevant subject (2.1 or above),
•Professional experience may also be considered
•IELTS 7 or equivalent for EU/Overseas students

How to apply: Online application

Email:   bci-cancercourses@qmul.ac.uk 
Tel:       +44(0) 207 882 2081

Link to full programme information page


MSc Cancer courses for 2019-20 entry

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