Our flexible options allow you to study part-time towards a Masters, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate , or a Postgraduate Professional Development qualification.
An international experience
Our students join us from across the globe providing an insight into the challenges faced in different countries, and the strategies being implemented to address these. Whether you want to specialise in local or global health, ecosystems and environments, infectious diseases, or science communication, you will learn alongside engaged and ambitious professionals who are often at the forefront of the most pressing health and conservation challenges of our time.
Many of our graduates go on to become leaders in their fields; shaping policy, changing attitudes, and influencing programmes that will transform the way we manage global threats affecting health, people, environments, and animals.
Biodiversity, Wildlife and Ecosystem Health (MSc, Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma)
This programme will prepare you for a career in conservation, or help existing wildlife and conservation professionals to secure senior roles in specialist areas. Many of our graduates realise their ambitions to change careers, or to take a more active role in promoting the value of nature in their communities and workplaces. Others use this programme as a stepping stone to further study and research careers.
Cancer Biology and Precision Oncology (MSc, Pg Diploma, Pg Certificate)
This is one of the few online programmes in the world that will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the molecular biology of cancer. Alongside this you will develop bench to bedside thinking to translate this understanding to individualised cancer therapies and improved diagnostics.
Science Communication & Public Engagement (MSc, PgCert, PgDip)
The fields of science communication and public engagement are currently enjoying unprecedented growth. This is being driven by a greater need to demonstrate the impact of publicly funded research, the need for science to be valued, increased government scrutiny and a desire for a stronger evidence base for policy decisions.