|Domestic tuition||$10,203 per year|
|International tuition||$29,063 per year|
|Course length||1.5 years|
|In further study||29%|
Good job prospects:
Employed - 63%
Further study - 29%
Median earnings: $53,213 (3 years after graduating)
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About the course
Graduates will have an advanced understanding of immunology in clinical practice and clinical research, with an emphasis on immune-mediated and autoimmune diseases. They will be able to generate hypotheses for experiment design and testing, and interpret data. They will work collaboratively and will employ relevant research methods such as flow cytometric analysis and clinical trial design. They will have transferable technical and analytical skills and will be able to communicate their findings. Students who demonstrate research ability may be able to continue to a PhD in immunology or clinical research. Graduates will be qualified to work in the fields of immunology, pharmacology, vaccine development, biomedical sciences generally, and the broader health sciences, in consultancy or research.
A bachelor s degree from a tertiary institution in a relevant subject, with a B grade average or better in the relevant coursework.
About the provider
Victoria University of Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city university, located at the centre of culture, creativity, government, technology and lawmaking. Ranked number 1 for research quality, we are one of New Zealand's oldest and most prestigious tertiary institutions with a proud tradition of academic excellence. We carry out world-class research and teaching that has global impact. At Victoria University, you’ll be pushed to think independently and inspired to succeed. Be part of our diverse and friendly community in the thriving capital.