The main aim of the programme is to provide multidisciplinary, Master’s Level postgraduate training in Biomedical Blood Science in combination with generic higher level scientific training in areas such as writing grant proposals and business plans. The programme builds on existing, undergraduate knowledge in basic science and applying it to clinical, diagnostic and research applications relevant to Clinical Biochemistry, Medical Immunology, Haematology and Transfusion Science.
"My MSc offered a mix of high-standard expert-delivered lectures, practical lab sessions and problem solving-based case studies."Read more
"I studied the undergraduate BSc Biomedical Science course at Keele, followed by the MSc in Biomedical Blood Sciences. I was really interested in the clinical aspects of the undergraduate degree, and I knew that I wanted to apply science in a clinical way, hence, why I chose to study the MSc at Keele. The MSc is great; it gives you the opportunity to tailor the course to some of your own personal interests with the modules that enable you to choose your own essay titles, as well as receiving lectures from professionals within the clinical field, a great opportunity. It has provided me with adaptable skills that I believe have helped me secure my dream job! Following completion of the MSc, I managed to gain a place on the NHS Scientist Training Programme (STP), specialising in Haematology and Transfusion Science at Preston Hospital. The skills I gained from my studies at Keele, helped me massively through the application process, and I believe this would be the same for any scientific job role! It’s a great place to study and really can offer you some amazing opportunities at the end of your studies! "
"The course covered a range of current topical areas taught by experts in the field ranging from practising university lecturers, laboratory staff and consultants."Read more
"The variety ensured that it remained engaging and interesting throughout the year for me. Of course, as you might expect with an MSc, it was at times challenging; however, as the course has a small number of participants it is very interactive and there is an abundance of support from staff and students alike."Read more