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Cancer Biology and Radiotherapy PhysicsMain Site
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課程長度: 12 months
University of Manchester has opted into the TEF and received a Silver award.
Our MSc in Cancer Biology and Radiotherapy Physics is ideal if you wish to pursue a career in cancer research and/or cancer therapy involving ionising radiation.Our collaboration with The Christie will allow you to undertake unique research projects in its radiotherapy facilities that cannot be carried out anywhere else in the UK or most of Europe.With around 40% of all cancer cure cases involving radiotherapy and the UK recently developing a high energy proton therapy service, the need for multidisciplinary scientists in this field has never been greater.This course will enable you to train as a multidisciplinary scientist in this area by covering a variety of subjects in content that is delivered by staff with a range of expertise, including physicists, biologists, engineers, clinicians and oncologists.
We require an honours degree (minimum Upper Second class) or overseas equivalent in: Physics or Biology. Healthcare professionals with an equivalent qualification will also be considered and may be invited to interview. We will consider applicants with a Lower Second class degree via interview.
IELTS: 7.0 (speaking and writing 6.5 and no other element below 6.0)
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