Medical Biotechnology

Students will learn across the two years of study how to convert key research from biomedical and medical researchers into specific applications related to pharmaceutical innovation, disease control, and ameliorating the effects of aging or disability. This will be reinforced through robust training in bioethics, biosafety, and the regulatory processes required to bring medical biotechnology products to market.

This programme will cover
Exchange and Travel opportunities
Professional opportunities

Students graduating from the programme will find employment opportunities within a variety of industries both national and international. They will also possess the skills to develop their own business ideas or continue into further university-based research settings.

Admission Requirements

Applicants of all nationalities can visit the admission page to learn more about the admission process. More Details

Core Subjects Sub-core Product Pathway Based Specializations
Molecular biology Human Anatomy & Physiology Bioengineered systems design
  • Biomaterials & Biopolymers
  • Cell culture & differentiation
  • Stem cell & regenerative biology
Genetic engineering Clinical Biochemistry & Immunology Biosensor & chip design
  • Biofluidic & optics
  • Biosensors & chip design
  • Nanobiotechnology
Genomics Molecular Pathology Biotherapeutics
  • Gene Editing
  • Computational biology
  • Molecular basis of disease
Proteomics Cytogenetics Vaccines
  • Vaccinology
  • Biomanufacturing Processes
Bioinformatics
Bioethics, safety, IPR regulation
Analytical instrumentation