MSc in Plant Genetic Manipulation

Kathryn Lyon plzkml at pln1.nott.ac.uk
Tue Jul 23 16:52:26 EST 1996


MSc in Plant Genetic Manipulation

This modular course of 12 months duration commences 30 September 1996 and is 
designed to provide specialist knowledge of the theory and practical skills of
plant genetic manipulation with relevance to plant biotechnology.

Entry requirements:  Candidates should have a good biological sciences honours 
degree.

Current tuition fees:  British & European Union (subsidized) students £2,490; 
Overseas students £8,400.  Approximate living costs £6,000 per annum.
Unfortunately, scholarships for October 1996 entry have now been allocated.

If you can fund* yourself for this course or can obtain a scholarship for 
postgraduate study and would like further details please e-mail or write to:
Kathryn Lyon, Department of Life Science, University of Nottingham, Nottingham
NG7 2RD.  FAX.  +44 (0)115 9513251.



**United Kingdom students should investigate Career Development Loans, 
administeredby their home town Training and Enterprise Council (TEC) offices.

 



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