Faculty of Biological Sciences

Masters Courses



MSc Biodiversity and Conservation
MSc Biodiversity and Conservation with African Field Course
MRes Biodiversity and Conservation
MRes Biodiversity and Conservation with African Field Course

Please note: due to the increased volume of applications we have received this year for both the MRes and MSc, we unfortunately will stop offering places after Friday 31st March 2017.

If you wish to be considered you must apply by the closing date. Any applications that we receive after the 31st March will be placed on a waiting list.

MSc Biopharmaceutical Development

Designed, developed and delivered in collaboration with global contract research organisation (CRO), Covance. The programme will provide you with an overarching understanding of large molecule drug development and then focuses on each of the key areas: research, pre-clinical, manufacturing, clinical, market access and interweaves the regulatory and legal aspects. 

MSc Bioscience

We offer a range of Masters degrees in the biomolecular sciences designed to prepare you for a career in modern biosciences. MSc Bioscience is aimed at students wishing to study a broad-based Masters degree. If you wish to maintain a breadth in your training we recommend you study the MSc Bioscience programme to experience a wide range of module options. Alternatively, if you wish to gain more detailed experience and training in a specific area you can select to study one of our specialist programmes instead.

MSc Infection, Immunity & Human Disease

The need to develop new strategies to combat both infectious and non-infectious diseases remains a major global challenge. This degree aims to enhance the employability of students wishing to work in these areas by providing training in the mechanisms underpinning a spectrum of infectious and non-infectious diseases, together with current and new diagnostic and treatment strategies.

MSc Plant Science and Biotechnology

Our MSc Plant Science and Biotechnology degree provides training in modern molecular aspects of plant science and its application to plant biotechnology. While we are happy to consider those who have done a more organism-based plant biology undergraduate degree we do expect some fundamental knowledge of the cellular and molecular basis of life, so please make sure you provide this information in your application or contact us to discuss your suitability. We will also consider those from a non-plant biosciences background who wish to acquire knowledge and expertise in this area, again please contact us to discuss your suitability. Teaching is delivered by researchers from the University of Leeds’ Centre for Plant Sciences.

MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine - Full Time
MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine - Part Time

This distinctive new Masters course will help you meet the increasing national demand for qualified Sport & Exercise Medicine (SEM) practitioners, in both private and NHS practice. Both Part-Time and Full-Time options are available, emphasising flexibility around other work commitments. You will adopt a blended learning approach with extensive on-line resources, practice-based learning with regular university days, a variety of assessment types, and applied research project topics.