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Masters in Biotechnology in Australia in 2024

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Master of Biotechnology Master Degree

Griffith University Australia

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Master of Biotechnology (Biomedical) Masters Degree

The University of Adelaide Australia

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Master of Biotechnology Masters Degree

The University of Western Australia Australia

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Master of Biotechnology Masters

Macquarie University Australia

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Swinburne University of Technology Australia

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University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Australia

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Master of Biotechnology Other Masters

The University of Melbourne Australia

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Flinders University Australia

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Master of Biotechnology (Advanced) Masters Degree

Australian National University Australia

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Masters in Biotechnology in Australia

Study Biotechnology Masters Programmes

Biotechnology looks at the coming together of natural sciences and engineering sciences in order to use biological systems and living organisms to create products that meet a certain need. There are five main areas of biotechnology: animal, environmental, human, industrial and plant. You might choose to study a degree that focuses on one of these areas specifically, or a degree that covers them all throughout your studies.

Graduates of a masters degree in biotechnology will have a range of career options available to them. These include microbiologist, geneticist, ecological consultant, research analyst, and laboratory technician, among others.

Your degree will be delivered through lectures and seminars, as well as group projects and practical laboratory sessions. Modules you study might include:

  • Ageing and Regenerative Medicine
  • Virology
  • Microbial Fermentation
  • Computer Modelling in Science
  • Crop Science

Study in Australia

Famous for surfing, sunshine and beaches, Australia has so much to offer to international students. The country's rich culture and history makes it a incredibly diverse country, and one that is welcoming and warm towards the international community. Australia has long been seen as a global leader in higher education, and places emphasis on delivering world-class education to both domestic and international students. The Group of Eight Universities is a prestigious group of universities that focus on providing internationally renowned faculty and research facilities across Australian higher education.

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