School of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine


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A-Z Staff Research Profiles

Postgraduate study


In research courses, students work closely with an expert supervisor on a specific research topic to produce a dissertation of significant academic originality.

  1. Research opportunities
  2. Masters
  3. Doctorates
  4. How to apply and fees

Research opportunities

Research opportunities exist in a number of areas, including:

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Completing a master's degree provides you the skills to target roles in management or work your way up as senior members of a research team.

Master's courses typically take two years to complete and can be a stepping stone on the way to a career in leadership.

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Completing a PhD provides limitless opportunities.

A doctorate in any field is recognised in many countries and across a range of disciplines. These graduates may aspire to be leaders in industry, academics, heads of departments or world class independent researchers co-ordinating large research programs. It is often the case that one person will take on numerous roles to have a challenging, but potentially very rewarding career. A PhD can be a taxing path that is not for everyone, but those who pursue this road have exciting prospects ahead.

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How to apply and fees

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