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Clinical Immunology (CPD units)

Clinical Immunology CPD Units Overview

Year of entry: 2017

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Degree awarded
PG Credit
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How to apply
To give you the greatest opportunity to join our course and make the admissions process as quick and easy as possible, we recommend that you read the below guidance.

We recommend that you apply as early as possible; we accept applications on a rolling basis up until two weeks before the start of each unit. Late applications may be considered. We reserve the right to close applications earlier if the course is full.

Please apply using the  online form , following any instructions for completion carefully. Contact  if you have any problems.


Your application form must be accompanied by the following supporting documents.

  • A personal statement - approximately 300-500 words about why you wish to take this course and how it will affect your personal and professional development. This statement should try and refer to your current role.
  • Full curriculum vitae including voluntary experience.
  • Proof of English language proficiency (if required).

Supporting documents can be sent with the application form to . After applying, please do not submit documents in any other way without telling us first so we can provide you with the most efficient service.

Please make sure you include your University ID number on any correspondence and do not send any documents before you have submitted your application.

Course options

Full-timePart-timeFull-time distance learningPart-time distance learning

Course description

If you are interested in studying Clinical Immunology at postgraduate level to further your professional prospects, but don't have the time to dedicate to a full master's course, you can take one or more units from our  MSc Clinical Immunology course as standalone continuing professional development (CPD) courses.

We offer a range of 15-credit units as short CPD courses to advance your understanding and applied knowledge in the theory and practice of clinical biochemistry and gain the necessary professional and research skills. 

Our CPD courses are taught mostly as face-to-face courses using a range of teaching and learning methodologies including lectures, tutorials, workshops and problem-based learning exercises.   

Further details of each CPD course unit's aims and content can be found below:


For entry in the academic year beginning September 2017, the tuition fees are as follows:

  • Modular (part-time)
    UK/EU students (per annum): £1,100 per 15 credit module
    International students (per annum): £1,100 per 15 credit module
  • Modular (part-time)
    UK/EU students (per annum): £1,100 per 15 credit module
    International students (per annum): £1,100 per 15 credit module