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Masters Courses

Bioscience Masters student at work We offer a range of biology Masters courses covering biodiversity, biotechnology, biological and biomedical sciences:

Biodiversity and Conservation staff and students in Africa

Each course has its own web section covering course content, entry requirements, staff and student profiles, fees, scholarships and careers information.

Follow the links above to browse the ones which interest you.

Postgraduate Taught Degrees (Masters) Brochure

PG front cover2014 entry brochure featuring biodiversity, bioscience and biotechnology Masters degrees:

  • MRes / MSc Biodiversity and Conservation
  • MSc Bioscience
  • MSc Biotechnology
  • MSc Human Disease and Therapy
  • MSc Infection and Immunity
  • MSc Plant Science and Biotechnology

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Step up to MastersStep up to Masters

The Step up to Masters website is designed to help you Step Up to your time as a Masters student, so that you can make the most of all the opportunities offered at the University of Leeds, Faculty of Biological Sciences. It is designed to prepare you for living in Leeds but more importantly for studying at this higher level. You will find it packed with useful information.


How to apply for a taught postgraduate (Masters) degree

Application to the University of Leeds is a 5-stage process:


1 You decide on the qualification and programme to which you wish to apply.

2 You complete an online application form and upload supplementary information/documents to support your application.

3 We process your application.

4 We inform you of our decision.

5 If we make you an offer, you respond by accepting, declining or deferring.

All applicants should normally have, or expect to achieve, a First or Upper Second Class undergraduate degree (or equivalent). Applicants with equivalent relevant professional experience are encouraged to contact the Graduate School Office prior to applying.

Online applications

The quickest way to apply for an MRes/MSc programme is online. It’s quick and easy and you can track your application through its various stages.

We need the following documents to assess your application:

For further help please or contact the Graduate School Office or our overseas offices.

Paper application

If you would prefer you can download a paper application form to print out and complete. We require the same supporting documentation as for online applications (see above). Please post paper applications to: Taught Postgraduate Admissions, Central Student Administration, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, United Kingdom

E-mail: TP_Admissions@leeds.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)113 343 4044
Fax: +44 (0)113 343 3877

Application deadlines

Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible for taught postgraduate programmes. The normal University deadlines for receipt of applicants for entry in 2014 are as follows: International applicants – 31st August 2014. Home/EU applicants – 10th September 2014.

Please note that places for our programmes are limited and are likely to be filled prior to the dates listed above. International students are advised to apply no later than the end of May in the year in which they wish to enrol, to ensure that they have sufficient time to obtain a visa and prepare for arrival in the UK. If you intend to apply for funding, you should submit an application for a place at least one month before any specific scholarship deadline.

Download the Taught Postgraduate Admissions Policy 2015.

Scholarships

Information on all scholarships available can be found at the University of Leeds online scholarships database

Information and guidance is also available from Leeds University Union.

Eligibility for scholarships and bursaries will vary according to personal circumstances:

  • Lhasa Scholarships
    Eligibility: Self-funded UK/EU students
    Closing date: 28 July 2014
    Value: £4,000 towards academic fees

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  • Santander Scholarships
    Eligibility: UK/EU students
    Closing date: 9 May 2014
    Value: £5,000 contribution towards academic fees
    Please note you only need to complete one scholarship application form to be considered for both the Fee and Santander Scholarships
  • British Council GREAT Scholarships
    Eligibility: Self-funded Indian students for MSc Bioscience or MSc Biotechnology
    Closing date: 30 April 2014
    Value: £7,000 towards academic fees

Contact Us

Taught Postgraduate (Masters) Admissions

Tel: +44(0) 113 343 1418
Email: fbsgrad@leeds.ac.uk
Fax: + 44(0) 113 343 1407

By post:

Postgraduate Admissions
Faculty of Biological Sciences Graduate School
Garstang Building
University of Leeds
Leeds
LS2 9JT, UK

How to find us

We are located near the city centre and the local signposting can be a bit tricky, so please allow plenty of time to get here. The Faculty of Biological Sciences is located in the southern part of the University of Leeds campus. Look out for the green and white signposts on campus to help you find your way.