Cancer & Therapeutics

Key Information

  • Award: MSc / PG Diploma
  • Non-lab-based Programme
  • Modes of Study: Full Time / Part Time / Full Time - Distance Learning / Part Time - Distance Learning
  • Programme Director: Professor Andrejs Braun
  • Start Date: September 2024
  • Application Deadline: 31 July 2024

For more information and to apply, please visit the Queen Mary University of London website:

Find out about the types of projects available

For most of our MSc students, the research project / dissertation is the most exciting part of the programme. Find out more about the research within each of our Centres and the kinds of projects on offer as part of the MSc Programme...

Virtual Open Events

Find out more about our MSc programmes and have the opportunity to ask the Programme Directors questions at our Virtual Open Events. Please sign up using the mailing list to be notified of upcoming virtual open events.

There are no scheduled open events at this time.

Find out more about studying at BCI

Click below to hear from some of our former and current MSc students and get a feel for what it is like to study at the BCI.

Eric, MSc Cancer & Therapeutics Alumnus

"I enjoyed the interaction between students and lecturers as well as the support provided by the teaching office to international students. Lecturers were always available for students whenever they needed them. I enjoyed the clarity of the courses, which gave us the full package needed for our different career aspirations, be it in clinics, research, industry, and many others. I enjoyed the cultural and professional diversity among students, where we could share our different experiences and learn from each other at the same time."

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Sasi, MSc Cancer & Therapeutics Alumnus

"My mentors Professor Richard Grose, Dr Tony Ford, Professor Jude Fitzgibbon were exceptionally dedicated to the welfare of students. The faculty at Queen Mary are highly intellectual and the programme is brilliantly designed. It starts with basic cancer biology, pharmacology and rapidly delves into how the basic science is useful in designing therapeutics for cancer patients."

Read Sasi's full alumni profile

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