University of Edinburgh undergraduate courses in Infectious Diseases
Details of undergraduate courses at the University of Edinburgh that have a focus on infectious diseases in animals and humans. The University currently plans to deliver a mix of in-person and digital teaching for the academic year starting in September 2021. We are monitoring government guidance on Covid-19 prevention measures and we will adjust our 2021-22 plans in response to any relevant changes. Based on current information we expect some physical distancing measures are very likely to still apply when the academic year starts in September 2021.
Undergraduate teaching of infectious diseases
Courses which have focus on infectious diseases
Before starting the final honours years students can take courses in a variety of subjects including
It is possible to further broaden your student experience and outlook by taking one year of your degree at a partner university overseas. Please visit the links below to find out more about the exciting opportunities available.
The International Exchange Programme at the University of Edinburgh has links with universities in North and South America, Australia, New Zealand and China.
The University of Edinburgh is also part of the Erasmus scheme which allows students to study for a year at institutions across Europe.
To find out more about the huge range of courses available at the University of Edinburgh visit the the degree finder pages.
University Undergraduate Open days
For students considering entry in September 2017, the University will be hosting thee open days in 2016. For more information and to book your place on the open days please visit the links below.
Summer vacation projects
Information for undergraduates wishing to work in a lab over a summer vacation, please visit the page below.