Biotechnology University of Edinburgh
The School of Biological Sciences is the UK’s largest school of biology and the University is also home to the Roslin Institute, an internationally-renowned centre for ground-breaking research in biological science.
An impressive range of courses
With such a wealth of expertise, we are able to cover the subject’s full scope - from molecular structure to synthetic and translational biology. Our interdisciplinary MSc is part of a portfolio of postgraduate programmes offering you an unparalleled choice of courses and opportunities across all these areas.
An emerging discipline
With the world population booming, and the subsequent demand for food and fuel, intelligent agriculture and a cleaner, greener environment are just some of the key global challenges facing us today.
Our MSc will provide you with the opportunity to enhance your research skills in using biological principles and systems to create new products, services and industries. We will also investigate the economic basis for current biotechnology structures and areas of future demand.
Wide range of career prospects
Biotechnology encompasses the pharmaceutical industry, including innovations in drug and vaccine design and regenerative medicine, as well as the biofuels industry and work in carbon sequestration and next-generation fuel production.
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