Immunology and Immunotherapeutics MSc at University of Nottingham - UCAS

Course summary

This course is unique in the UK as it is the only one to offer immunology training that covers allergy extensively. The programme continues to grow in stature and reputation, as it is repeatedly recognised for its excellence, relevance and innovation within the study of immunology. As a postgraduate in the School of Life Sciences, you will work in an environment with a sound teaching and research base that is committed to providing cutting-edge training in this field. You will learn about the contribution of immunological mechanisms to a wide range of disease processes, as a basis for developing new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies. In addition, you will develop the skills to critically evaluate published scientific papers and how to report and interpret results. This course is particularly suitable for graduates in life sciences, biomedical sciences and allied subjects. It is also suitable for people who are already employed in related fields who wish to gain valuable research experience, as well as update their knowledge in immunology and novel immunotherapeutic technologies.


Immunity and the Immune System - 15 credits Research Methods - 15 credits Molecular Aspects of Allergy - 15 credits Mechanisms of Autoimmunity - 15 credits Innate Immune Recognition - 15 credits Therapeutic Immunology - 15 credits Bioinformatics - 15 credits Research project - 60 credits

Assessment method

The course is assessed by examinations, oral presentations, essays, poster preparation, dissertation.

Professional bodies

Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.

  • Pathologists, Royal College of

Entry requirements

2.2 (or international equivalent) in a relevant subject. English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element).

Fees and funding

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Immunology and Immunotherapeutics MSc at University of Nottingham - UCAS