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MSc in Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care

University of Oxford / Continuing Professional Development Centre
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Anfang Oktober 2018 - Anfang Oktober 2020  Oxford, United Kingdom
 
Kursinhalte
The University of Oxford’s MSc in Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care builds on the University’s world-leading research in nanomedicine and offers a cutting-edge education in this field.

The course is specifically designed to be taken part-time as a mixture of online and face-to-face modules, meaning it can fit around the demands of those working full-time and can be studied by international students without the requirement to relocate.
Zielpublikum
Biomedical engineers, materials scientists, biotech-entrepreneurs, medical practitioners, chemists, pharmacists, electrical engineers, project managers in related industries, patent agents, legislators
Qualifikationen
Please visit the MSc in Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care page on the University of Oxford Graduate Admissions website for details of the entry requirements.
Lokaler Veranstalter
Continuing Professional Development Centre, University of Oxford
 

Anfragen und Anmeldung:

Applications will be taken from September 2017. Students are advised to apply early.
Frau Course Administrator
+44 01865 286955
 
Kategorien
Fachpflege, Klinische Forschung, Medizinische und chemische Labordiagnostik, Online Lehrgang
Art des Abschlusses
Master
Kursform
Fernstudium, Berufsbegleitend
Dauer
24-48 Monate
Sprache
Englisch
Kosten
Auf Anfrage
(Please see our website for details of course fees)
Veranstalter Kontakt
Wellington Square
OX1 2JA Oxford
Großbritannien
Tel: +44 01865 286955
nano@conted.ox.ac.uk
 
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