FdSc Applied Microbiology (Part-time) - 2020 Entry

Reasons to study Applied Microbiology

  • One of only few courses in the country of its type in the field of Microbiology with a focus on classical mycology.
  • Develop valuable employability skills and experience with the opportunity to undertake a placement in industry.
  • Undertake, extensive practical work in modern and wellequipped laboratories, developing skills to enhance your employability.
Start and End Date: September 2020 - June 2024
Duration: 4 years, part-time
Campus: St Helens Town Centre
2020 Tuition Fee: £4,950 per year
Entry Requirements: 96 UCAS Tariff points
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Course Contact: Paul Kowabnik
Telephone: 01744 623127
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Validated by: University of Chester

Applied Microbiology is a laboratory-based science which closely studies and analyses the microorganisms that impact on the health of human beings, animals and plant life.

One of only a few degrees in the country of its type and designed in consultation with local and regional employers in response to the changing needs of the industry, this degree provides in-depth knowledge and understanding of the fascinating world of bacteria and viruses, paying attention to microbes of medical importance.

This degree provides flexibility, allowing you to balance part-time study with employment.

Ref: Paul Kowabnik

Why study Microbiology with us?

Industry Experts

Lecturers are practising scientists who take pride in the quality of their teaching and academic studies.

Learning Environment

Develop your skills in fully equipped, multi-purpose laboratories.

Placement

Undertake an industry-based placement to develop valuable experience and skills.

Employer Expectations

Modules designed to meet employer’s needs and expectations.

Excellent Progression

Progression into the industry or on to BSc (Hons) degree at University of Chester Medical School.

Nationally Recognised

Achieve a nationally-recognised qualification, held in high regard by industry professionals.