UCL (University College London)

Course Introduction

The course focuses on the study of the whole bioprocess and the interaction between new biological discoveries and the novel engineering required for the formation, recovery, purification and formulation of biomaterials; targets include 'small' and macromolecules and cells; all 3 areas are progressing to greater complexity with, for example, metabolically'engineered antibiotics and chiral drug intermediates, antibody fragments, plasmid genes and engineered human tissue the subject of current studies.

Course Additional Entry

At least a 2:1 Honours degree from a UK university or the equivalent from an approved overseas institution; or a UK Master's degree; recent industrial experience in place of academic qualifications is considered; evidence of numerical ability is requested as either an A level in mathematics (or in exceptional cases, in physics) or some mathematics studied at university.

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
3 years
Full Time
MPhil £20,900 ???abroad???
3 years
Full Time
MPhil £2,500 ???home???
5 years
Part Time
MPhil £10,450 ???abroad???
5 years
Part Time
MPhil £2,250 ???home???
3 years
Full Time
PhD £20,900 ???abroad???
3 years
Full Time
PhD £4,500 ???home???
5 years
Part Time
PhD £10,450 ???abroad???
5 years
Part Time
PhD £2,250 ???home???