The School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
The School runs the BSc in Biochemistry programme.
The School participates at different levels in a number of other degree courses:
- BSc in Biomedical Sciences
- BSc in Genetics
- BSc in Chemistry of Pharmaceutical Compounds
- BSc in Nutritional Science
- BSc in Food Science
- BSc in Science Education
- BSc in Chemistry with Forensic Science
- BSc in Chemistry
- BSc in Public Health Science.
Staff in the School also teach Medical, Dental and Pharmacy students in the preclinical years of the Medical, Dental and Pharmacy degree courses.
The opportunity to complete an MRes in Biochemistry and Cell Biology was introduced in the academic year 2015/2016.
Further information for our current students
Studentships and Funding
Most graduate students are funded by research grants obtained by Principal Investigators or the students themselves. Research in our School is funded by the Welcome Trust, European Union, Science Foundation Ireland, the Health Research Board and the Irish Research Council.
We also welcome self-funded students and we actively support research training for non-EU students.
Science, Engineering and Food Science (SEFS) Scholarships
Please contact the Head of School.