MSc Taught Course in Pharmacology
The Department of Pharmacology offers a one-year MSc taught course to outstanding students with a good degree in biological, life and physical sciences.
Upon graduating from the MSc taught course in Pharmacology, students will be able to:
- Understand modern pharmacological principles and their clinical application
- Apply an integrative and multidisciplinary approach to research investigation
- Design experimental protocols
- Critically appraise research methods and experimental results
- Communicate research results and clinical implications to a wide audience
The integrative skills acquired during this training and practical experience are essential requirements in the pharmacological workplace in both academic and commercial environments.
- Only 18-20 graduate students each year ensures that all students receive focused teaching and support to enable them to reach their full potential
- Teaching carried out by academic staff and specialist external tutors
- One-to-one mentoring and support from one of the Oxford colleges
- The intensive programme will cover pharmacology from gene to organism, combining fundamental pharmacological principles with essential practical training
- Students receive training in essential in vitro and in vivo techniques and have the option to study for a Home Office License
For full details of deadlines, entry requirements, funding and studentships, Colleges and how to apply, see the University’s Graduate Studies webpages.