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General course questions about the MSc in Integrated Immunology

MSc Integrated Immunology

You can find details of the entry requirements on our University Graduate Admissions page. These criteria are used by the admissions panel to shortlist applicants for interview, and candidates are expected to meet these in order to join the course.

MSc Integrated Immunology

Full details on how to apply are available on our University Graduate Admissions page. You should also consult the  Application Guide for more information.

MSc Integrated Immunology

No, however if you are offered a place on the course, completion of your degree at the appropriate level will be set as a condition you will need to meet by a given deadline.

MSc Integrated Immunology

Unfortunately, we can only consider candidates who will have completed an undergraduate degree prior to the start of the course. If you will not have been awarded a degree by this point you are not eligible to apply.

MSc Integrated Immunology

The MSc is not modular, and all components are compulsory for all students. You can find more details on the Course Content page.

MSc Integrated Immunology

Each year a diverse group of PIs from across the Medical Sciences Division offer research projects to the class. These vary from year-to-year, however in the past have included.... Students with a particular interest are also able to take the initiative to contact a potential supervisor and arrange a project independently, and every year there will be a handful of students who choose to do this.

MSc Integrated Immunology

All candidates who apply by the relevant deadline in December will be considered for funding, however this is an extremely competitive process and selection is based on academic excellence. All applicants are strongly advised to review the University's Fees and Funding pages to identify possible funding opportunities, as well as external sources.

MSc Integrated Immunology

This course is full-time and all students are required to be resident in Oxford for its duration, however we are actively considering a part-time, distance-learning option and should this become available in future, it will be advertised on the University Graduate Admissions page for our department.