The course is designed for students who wish to pursue a career in biomedical research, whether it be in academia, industry or government.  The 2 optional modules students can study - Infection and Immunity and The Molecular Mechanisms of Development and Cancer are areas of expertise at St.George's and graduating students will be highly employable in these fields.  

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Graduates of this course typically go on to study a research degree such as a PhD or go into a career in biomedical science. Alternatively, you may find it effective for accelerating your development within your current career.

Once graduated from this course you can apply to complete the MBBS (Graduate Entry) degree or alternatively use this as a route into a PhD.


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