Allergy at Imperial College London - UCAS

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Course summary

Advance your understanding of how to optimally diagnose and manage allergic diseases on this part-time Master's course. Allergies are an increasing global health problem and there is an urgent need in the UK and worldwide for clinical allergy specialists. This course is designed to help healthcare professionals progress their knowledge towards specialising in areas of medicine such as allergy, paediatrics, respiratory medicine. You'll explore everything from the basic immune mechanisms underlying allergic diseases to the cutting-edge research that influences clinical practice. Guided by world-renowned experts you'll develop your practical skills and better understand best practice in assessing, diagnosing and managing patients with allergic diseases in view of available evidence. A research project forms the major component of this course. You'll apply research methodology and data analysis techniques to an original research project or systematic review exploring an area of allergy medicine. This Master's course is delivered either fully online or via a blended format (online and campus-based), providing you with the flexibility to fit studies around your professional commitments.

Entry requirements

2:1 in a healthcare-related subject, medicine, nursing, dietetics, immunology, physiology or biomedical science. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications.

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Allergy at Imperial College London - UCAS