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Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research) 

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Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research)
 at 
University of Glasgow 
Overview

University of Glasgow offers a 1 year long Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research) course. This course is offered by College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences department of the university. The primary stream of this course is Science. The tuition fees to pursue this program is Pound 23000. English language proficiency test accepted for admission to University of Glasgow Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research) is IELTS.

Duration

1 year

Course Level

PG Degree

Mode of Course

Full Time

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Tuition & Fees

24.26 Lakh
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Public

Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research)
 at 
University of Glasgow 
Highlights

  • Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research) is offered by College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences under University of Glasgow, UK.
    This a Masters level program of a course duration of 1 Years.
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Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research)
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University of Glasgow 
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Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research)
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University of Glasgow 
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Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research)
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Calculated at the exchange rate of 1 Pound = INR 105.48 | Tuition & expenses were last updated on 9ᵗʰ December 2021

Molecular Genetics PhD/IPhD/MSc (Research)
 at 
University of Glasgow 
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4/5
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Internships3.7
Part time work3.5
Post study jobs3.3
Quality of faculty4.8
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Value for money3.7
Public transportation4.5
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Indian Food3.8
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My University experience was lively and super fun
Tips: I am quite satisfied with my university and my course. I did not receive any scholarships. I would have liked the course to be a bit longer because one year for a Master's feels a bit short. By the time you get used to your life in Glasgow, the year ends. I had received the university experience that I wanted to.
Likes (Student Life): I had 3-4 classes per week, each of 2 hours. There were multiple social events from my department and the university as a whole throughout the year. There were many different societies and clubs which organized events throughout the year and I attended most of them and they were great for socialising.
Dislikes (Part time work): There are on campus and off campus jobs available but it is also quite competitive to get and is not very easy to get hired. Part-time work *for me* was manageable as my contact was flexible. And I got paid minimum wage for part time which changed every April and was decent enough for me, personally to sustain (this might vary according to everyone's financial situation).
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4.5
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Good place to do Master's
Tips: Students coming from India will have a major cultural shift in respect to both academic and personal life. I didn't get any scholarships. I love this University because of its good teaching system, 24/7 library access, liberal, fantastic faculties.
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Nice view and good for study, but accommodation availability is bad
Tips: Prepare for job applications as quickly as possible. Set a budget each month, and try to find some possible scholarship programs. Choose the course you like, and achieve the deadline as earlier as possible. Arrange your time and do wait until the deadline.
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100% would recommend studying here!
Tips: With the number of international students here, it's a very easy transition just the weather is a little cold so be prepared for that. Other than that, feel right at home! Scholarships are available if you apply for them early on in the process. Overall, quite happy with my choice of course and University of Glasgow is a beautiful place to live, would definitely consider studying here.
Likes (Public transportation): Easy bus and subway access - bus around is 5 pounds return and subways 3 pounds per day. Bus passes and subway passes are available (free bus for students under 21). Bus pass would make the bus around 2 pounds a day and subways around 1.5 (depending on the duration of the pass you would take). Personally prefer the subways, but the connectivity of it is not very good.
Dislikes (Internships): Not too many opportunities, but have to be actively looking for them. Computer Science jobs are quite easy to get at the graduate level. Internships itself though are not as easy, but possible regardless. Placements as available in India are not a thing here so be vary of that.
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Beautiful Architecture, Knowledgeable tutors and culture to be adapted
Tips: I faced a cultural shift starting from the accent even if my IELTS score was quite well, it was so difficult for others to understand my accent and so was it for me but gradually I learned and adapted. The scottish culture is good. I like everything about it from people to their bagpipes I love it here! There is an international student scholarship given to students but it isn't much. Teachers are good and they teach in a research oriented way. Placements is okay-okay but when post study visa is there it does help to secure a job. The infrastructure is very good as I said I like being here this is one reason architecture is very old and sometimes this place or Edinburgh seems like you are straight out of Harry Potter book!
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