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Masters Degrees in Life Sciences Worldwide

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Doctoral Program PhD

Abbe School of Photonics Germany

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Genetics research areas (School of Life Sciences) MPhil, MRes, PhD

University of Nottingham United Kingdom

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Life Sciences - MPhil MPhil

University of Westminster United Kingdom

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Informatics Life Sciences PhD, MPhil

University of Edinburgh United Kingdom

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MRes Life Sciences - Biological Sciences, Vision Sciences, Psychology MRes

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) United Kingdom

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Life Sciences PhD

New Vision University Georgia

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Biological Sciences: Green Life Sciences MSc

University of Amsterdam Netherlands

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Communication, Health and Life Sciences MSc

Wageningen University and Research Netherlands

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Life Sciences MSc

Tel Aviv University Israel

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Life Science Informatics MSc

University of Helsinki Finland

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Pre-Master's Programme in Life Sciences Pre-Masters, Postgraduate

ONCAMPUS Southampton United Kingdom

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Life Sciences for Subjects Allied to Medicine Cert HE

Birkbeck, University of London United Kingdom

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PhD in Animal Science and Fisheries PhD

Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences Poland

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Master of Science in Aquaculture MSc

Norwegian University of Life Sciences Norway

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MSc Biomedical Science MSc

School of Life and Health Sciences, Aston University United Kingdom

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Study a Life Sciences Masters degree abroad in 2024

If you are interested in the study of living things, such as biology, botany or zoology, then you are interested in life sciences. A degree in life sciences will give you a foundation in these broader life sciences, also including biochemistry, anatomy and physiology and ecology. You will be able to fine tune your interests and choose to focus on specialist subjects during your degree.

Graduates of Life Sciences masters degrees will develop strong analytical skills as well as critical thinking skills, which can lead to career paths in the healthcare sector, working in the pharmaceutical industry, teaching, academia, conservation and animal welfare.

Your masters degree will focus on a specific area of Life sciences and will be delivered through lectures and seminars, with a possibility of group projects. Specialisms of your study might be:

  • Biochemistry
  • Biology
  • Zoology
  • Anatomy
  • Ecology
  • Physiology

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