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Infectious disease is a major challenge to society in the developed and developing worlds. Our infectious diseases programme investigates the microorganisms that cause disease in humans and animals and how a host responds to infection. It brings together the study of: - bacteriology - virology - immunology - molecular biology You will study: - the interaction between microorganisms and hosts - infection processes - how microbes cause disease We can apply this knowledge to the development of
Infectious disease is a major challenge to society in the developed and developing worlds. Our infectious diseases programme investigates the microorganisms that cause disease in humans and animals and how a host responds to infection. It brings together the study of: - bacteriology - virology - immunology - molecular biology You will study: - the interaction between microorganisms and hosts - infection processes - how microbes cause disease We can apply this knowledge to the development of prevention and therapeutic strategies, such as:- antibiotics- antiviral agents - vaccines
These grades should be achieved in one set of exams. Required subjects: A Levels: Biology and Chemistry at B. Mathematics or Physics is recommended. GCSEs: Mathematics at B or 6 and English at C or 4.
AAAB - ABBB by end of S5 or AAAA - AABB/ABBBB by end of S6. BBB must be achieved in one year of S4-S6. Required subjects: Highers: Biology and Chemistry at B. Higher Mathematics or Physics and Advanced Higher Biology and Chemistry are recommended. National 5s: Mathematics at B and English at C.
36 points with 665 at HL - 32 points with 655 at HL. Required subjects: HL: Biology and Chemistry, one at 5 and one at 6. Mathematics or Physics is recommended. SL: English at 5 and Mathematics: Analysis and approaches or Mathematics: Applications and interpretation at 5. If Mathematics and English Language do not form part of your IB diploma we will also accept GCSE Mathematics, or equivalent, at B/6 and GCSE English Language or equivalent at C/4.
The most common A-levels taken by students who end up studying this subject at uni.