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Taught MSc Courses

THIS COURSE IS NOW CLOSED TO NEW APPLICATIONS FOR AN OCTOBER 2017 START.  FURTHER DETAILS ON HOW TO APPLY FOR OCTOBER 2018 WILL BE AVAILBLE LATE SEPTEMBER 2017.

The Department of Oncology runs a taught MSc in Radiation Biology and contributes to the part-time MSc course in Experimental Therapeutics, which is run by the Department of Continuing Education.

MSc in Radiation Biology

This one-year, full-time, taught course in radiation biology leads to an MSc awarded by the University of Oxford. The MSc in Radiation Biology comprises a five-month core theoretical course covering the emerging areas of fundamental biology for oncology and its treatment by radiotherapy and a six-month high-quality basic and clinically-applied research project.

MSc in Experimental Therapeutics

This part-time two-year course is run by the Department of Continuing Education.

Application Procedure for Students

How to apply as a prospective new student or for readmission as a continuing Oxford graduate student.

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