Gain the scientific skills and business knowledge to develop your future career.
Our student profiles help you find out about what it’s like to be a Masters student in the School of Life Sciences; the course content, study environment, career prospects and the support available.
Gain applied scientific, business and industry relevant biotechnology expertise.
Study the influence of food production, energy and ecosystems on environmental and climate change.
Study the critical factors that influence global food security.
Gain applied biomedical scientific, business and management skills.
Study how agriculture helps mankind supply the planet’s food and energy requirements.
There is a 31 July deadline for applications from international students. You do not need to have sent us all your documents by then, just submitted an application. You can still apply after this date but your application will be deferred to the following academic year.
Warwick attracts a large number of international students and currently welcomes students from more than 120 countries. For further information visit the International Office.