BSc Immunology and Infection
Our BSc programme is research-focussed and provides an in‑depth understanding of the role of the immune system, infectious agents and cellular processes in the pathogenesis of diseases.
Students may transfer to the BSc programme for the final year of a three year degree. The degree is a great opportunity for students who wish to develop their interest in infection and immunity; in particular the strong research focus is excellent preparation for a PhD or postgraduate study.
The programme runs in parallel with our iBSc programme for medical students. Click here for full details of the programme structure and content.
We welcome enquiries from students on Life Sciences degree programmes. To be accepted, students must achieve a good 2.1 average in their second year exams and are usually expected to have taken the INFN2001 Infection and IMMN2001 Immunology modules. There is also an informal interview with the programme director.
For more information: to register your interest in transferring to the programme please send an e.mail (including modules taken and marks to date) to the programme administrator, Ms Biljana Nikolic , who will arrange a meeting with the programme director, Dr Richard Milne, to discuss your application.
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