MSc Course in Plant Genetic Manipulation

Kathryn Lyon plzkml at vme.nott.ac.uk
Tue Jan 17 16:25:25 EST 1995


MSc Plant Genetic Manipulation

A modular course of twelve months duration, commencing in 
October 1995, designed to provide students with specialist 
knowledge of the theory and practical skills of plant genetic
manipulation relevant to plant biotechnology.

The course will consist of compulsory modules (lectures, 
practical assignments, seminars and dissertations on plant 
tissue culture, gene transfer, cytology, cell physiology and
biochemistry, together with associated molecular techniques).

Entry requirements: Candidates should have a Biological Sciences 
Honours degree of therequired standard.  

Current tuition fees:  British/EEC students - 2,350 pounds 
sterling per annum; students from overseas - 7,656 pounds 
per annum.  (Successful candidates will also require 
approximately 6,000 pounds to cover living costs for the 
duration of the course).

Regrettably, scholarships are not available for overseas students.  
If you can fund yourself for this course or can obtain a 
scholarship for postgraduate study please write (quoting ref.
kml\em.1) to: Postgraduate Administrator, Department of Life 
Science, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, England 
for more information and an application form. 
Alternatively, FAX: 44 01159 513251




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