The School of Biosciences at the University of Kent is a leading UK centre for research and training in the biological sciences.
Focusing on biological processes at the molecular and cellular level, research within the School encompassing the disciplines of biochemistry, genetics, biotechnology and biomedical research. World-leading research and state-of-the-art facilities underpin postgraduate education at MSc and PhD level, and our commitment to excellence in education and training ensures students can maximise their potential and further their careers.
Postgraduate students in the School of Biosciences are central to our vibrant research community. Our international community of academic staff, researchers and students is a supportive but vigorous environment that challenges and inspires. Seminar programmes featuring external speakers provides additional insight into the biological sciences, while our connections with the biotechnology sector promotes a culture of impact and innovation.
Our six taught MSc courses align with particular areas of research expertise, ensuring that our postgraduate students benefit from leaders in their fields. Research MSc programmes and PhD programmes - the latter supported by considerable scholarship funding - provide students with an outstanding professional environment in which to conduct cutting-edge research.
We invite enthusiastic, talented and ambitious individuals to contribute to our research community and join us on our journey of discovery.
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