MRes Drug Design will be offered from Sept 2014.
What are the components of the MRes programme?
- 3 core modules (45 credits) from MSc Drug Design AND
- 2 core modules (30 credits) of research translational skills from CALT AND
- 1 Research project (105 credits) - 5-6 months lab-based (dry or wet) drug discovery projects at UCL, see examples
What is the assessment?
- Each module consists of a written exam (50%) and coursework (50%)
- Research project is assessed by written dissertation and oral presentation
What are the entry requirements?
A minimum of 2.1 Honours degree in a relevant discipline from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard, or an appropriate professional qualification or work experience.
Maximum number of students accepted onto the programme is 5 per annum.
If English is not your first language, please see the requirements here.
What are the differences between MRes and MSc?
- more focused on Research
- more focused on developing skills in pursuing PhD studies
- Learn and expand knowledge in Drug Design
- Foundation for PhD or Career path
How do I apply?
Please send inquiry to Dr Edith Chan
How much does the course cost?
MRes Drug Design (subject to change)
Duration: 1 year full time or 2-5 years for flexible distance learning students.
Distance Learning students click here for more information.
MRes Drug Design students click here
Start: Every September
Entry requirements: Minimum of second-class Honours degree.
Click here for more information on entry requirements and term dates.
Course Credit value: UK 180/ECTS 90
Job prospects include: Biotech, Pharma, National research laboratories, NHS agencies, Medicinal Chemist, Biologist, Structural Biologist, Cheminformatian, Bioinformatian, Molecular Modeler, Information Specialist, Patent/ IP/ Knowledge Analyst.