Postgraduate Courses

M Phil, PhD in Genetics

The study of genetics at Manchester covers the breadth of genetical research, using the most modern methods, equipment and approaches to study prokaryotes and eukaryotes. ). Research training in genetics is often collaborative, and more than one level of analysis may be involved in a given research project. Modern and well-equipped laboratories allow researchers to utilise the full range of techniques in genetics. Emerging areas, such as Bioinformatics and genomics, are quickly adopted because of the flexibility and diversity of resources available at Manchester.

Institution: The University of Manchester
Department: Life Sciences
Entry: An Upper Second class honours degree or above in a relevant subject, or the international equivalent. However, in certain circumstances, a lower second class honours degree supplemented by a Masters, or sufficient relevant work experience, may be accepted. Please contact the Faculty of Life Sciences for further information.
Funding: Funded places are offered annually via Research Council studentships, and several studentships are available from charities, internal funds and some industrial sponsored awards. The eligibility criteria and level of the award is subject to change and so you are advised to check the website for current information.
Starting: January, April, July, September
Address: Manchester M13 9PL
Telephone: 0161 275 4740
Contact: Postgraduate Admissions Officer,, 0161 275 5608
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