Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Our Master of Research (MRes) programmes are designed to further develop your research skills and provide you with a valuable postgraduate qualification.
At the School of Biosciences we offer two MRes programmes:
- MRes in Biosciences
- MRes in Stem Cell Neurobiology
MRes in Biosciences
This one-year programme will provide you with the essential skills, techniques and experience necessary to become a more competent, employable researcher. You may even have the opportunity to undertake a research project in the laboratory of an internationally-renowned scientist within the School of Biosciences, the College of Biomedical and Life Sciences, the Neuroscience and Mental Health Research Institute or the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute.
We also welcome applications from individuals with relevant commercial experience who only wish to undertake Stage 1 of the Programme (Postgraduate Certificate).
Get full details of the MRes in Biosciences, including course structure, funding information and entry requirements.
MRes in Stem Cell Neurobiology
Working with global leaders in research into stem cell neurobiology, this MRes gives you the opportunity to develop your understanding of the ways in which stem cells are utilised in contemporary neuroscience. The programme will provide a solid foundation for further study or a research career in a field where ground breaking discoveries can translate into major improvements in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions.
Get full details of the MRes in Stem Cell Neurobiology, including course structure, funding information and entry requirements.
Many of our graduating MRes students achieve excellent employment opportunities within organisations in roles such as laboratory technicians, teachers, consultants, nature conservationists and research technicians.
Our MRes programmes are also ideal if you are thinking of undertaking a PhD but would like to learn more about research first. Approximately 55–65% of our MRes students go on to do a PhD.