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Biotechnology combines content from biology, biochemistry and biomedicine. Learn more about it bellow.

Master of Biotechnology

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What will you study in this Masters?

The Master of Biotechnology is an interdisciplinary study, as it combines content and techniques of biology, biochemistry and biomedicine. Biotechnology deals with the biological and biochemical processes by which new compounds are produced. Among the most famous examples of biotechnology is the production of beer and wine by adding certain yeast enzymes, or the study of DNA.

The full-time one-year course in Biotechnology aims to teach graduates the relevant skills to pursue careers in biotechnology. This course encompasses molecular cell biology, biochemistry and synthetic biology. After completion of these both taught and research-based Masters, you will focus on a specialised dissertation, which is consistent with your career aspirations.

Why study a Masters degree in Biotechnology?

The career prospects are good, as there is a great demand for graduates in the multifaceted biotechnology industries, which include the pharmaceuticals, food manufacturing and medicine.

A completed Master of Biotechnology primarily prepares you for research-based and laboratory activities. Possible career opportunities are:

  • Science and teaching at universities
  • Research institutes
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Biochemical industry

Master of Biotechnology is offered at these universities:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Biology   comprehensive profile   Radboud University
comprehensive profile   Biotechnology   comprehensive profile   MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule®
comprehensive profile   Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology     IMC Fachhochschule Krems
  Materials and Manufacturing   comprehensive profile   Jönköping University
  Green Biotechnology and Innovation Management     Aberystwyth University
  Biotechnology     University of Essex
  Wetland Science for Pollution Control     Bangor University
  Applied Biopharmaceutical Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship (ABBE)     University of Nottingham
  Biotechnology and Bioenergy     University of Nottingham
  Microbiology (Doctoral Research)     Newcastle University
  Plant Science and Biotechnology     University of Leeds
  Biotechnology     Coventry University London
  Biological and Bioprocess Engineering     University of Sheffield
  Microbiology (MSc)     Birkbeck, University of London
  Biotechnology     University of Bedfordshire
  Medical Microbiology     University of Manchester
  Bioengineering     Imperial College London
  Molecular Biosciences (Biotechnology)     University of Bath
  Chemical Engineering with Bioprocess Engineering     Newcastle University
  Cancer Immunology and Biotechnology     University of Nottingham
  Biological Sciences (Research)     University of Bristol
  Molecular Biology with Biotechnology     Bangor University
  Biotechnology and Enterprise     University of Manchester
  Biosciences     Swansea University
  Molecular Microbiology (Research)     Newcastle University
  Biotechnology     University of Glasgow
  Pharmacology and Biotechnology     Sheffield Hallam University
  Biotechnology for Environmental Sustainability     Edinburgh Napier University
  Biotechnology     University of Cambridge
  Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology     Imperial College London
  Biotechnology     University of Manchester
  Industrial Biotechnology     University of Aberdeen
  Science Research: Biomedical, Environmental and Technological     University of Bedfordshire
  Biotechnology     University of Lincoln
  Biomedical Engineering     Imperial College London
  Molecular Biotechnology     University of Birmingham
  ...     ...


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