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Faculty of Science Postgraduate

The Faculty of Science investigates the challenges and possibilities of the natural and technological world, from drug discovery and public health to environmental concerns, tackling cybercrime and understanding space.

Postgraduate Opportunities for Graduates

If you have recently graduated you may be considering what the next step in your career path will be. You may also wish to increase your employment prospects, or be considering a change in your career direction.

If either of the above reflect where you are just now why not consider adding a Masters qualification to your CV?

Delivered by world-class researchers, our master’s degrees are designed in consultation with industry partners to provide invaluable postgraduate qualifications that will make you a desirable future candidate.

High quality teaching & research

Students are offered high quality teaching, informed by innovative research, and strong links with industry, the NHS and international partners.

There's opportunities for cross-disciplinary research and study, both within the Faculty, or across other faculties and institutions at Strathclyde.

The University's recently launched Technology & Innovation Centre represents a major step forward in industry-university partnerships. Science staff are building on existing partnerships to develop photonics and sensors, nanoscience and health technologies as key components of the Centre. We also engage with the public sector and charitable bodies.

An international community

Many staff work in partnership with international researchers, or undertake research overseas, as well as contributing to or leading international conferences. As a result, there's often opportunities for postgraduate students to undertake part of their studies abroad.

Our courses

Postgraduate study opportunities are available in these departments and centres:

Fully funded MSc courses

We've recently introduced two new MSc degrees:

The courses are aligned to industry needs in subjects that are in high demand from key professional sectors. Both courses are based in Doctoral Training Centres in the Strathclyde Institute for Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences. The Scottish Funding Council have allocated a number of funded places on both courses for Scottish/EU students which cover the full tuition fees.

Please email our admissions team for more information - admissions-IBioIC@strath.ac.uk.

Further information

For further information about how to apply for postgraduate study visit the University's admissions pages. You'll also find useful information in our admissions frequently asked questions.