A degree in Cancer Sciences or Cancer Biomedicine in the UK will focus on the cause and effect of the disease, its mechanisms of development and the alteration of cells and after effects of changes. Students will take an interactive approach to learning about cancer research via extensive training in the areas of molecular biology, immunology, and physiology.
A Cancer degree is available at undergraduate and postgraduate level and students will also benefit from UK universities links with top research labs, enabling you to learn directly from some of the best researchers in the country.
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UK universities provide an intellectually demanding environment for international students to develop their research skills and enhance subject knowledge. Institutes provide excellent facilities, supervision and training opportunities, and once graduated, students are prepared to play a critical role in advancing medicine and devising new techniques and treatments that can fight viruses, infection and fatal disease.
Cancer Studies graduates often enter into clinical research careers or flourish in professions within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or biomedical fields. A broader knowledge of pharmacology, pathology, genetics, immunology, biochemistry and physiology means many cancer studies graduates also find roles as research associates, within quality control and as an immunotoxicologist.
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Cancer Studies courses in the UK, find details on a selection of the best Cancer Studies degrees below:
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