Nanotechnology and nanomedicine
Part-time postgraduate courses and training
Our flexible courses in nanotechnology and nanomedicine are designed for professionals working in industry, research, healthcare, business, commercialisation and regulation.
The part-time MSc in Nanotechnology for Medicine and Health Care is an advanced master’s degree specifically designed for those who would value a part-time and flexible modular learning structure, for example those in full-time employment both in the UK and overseas. Students on the courses are full members of the University of Oxford and are matriculated as members of an Oxford college.
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The Postgraduate Certificate in Nanotechnology is taught mostly online over 10 months. Students take three online modules and attend a short residential weekend in nanoscale materials characterisation in Oxford.
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Short courses in Oxford and online
Modules from our graduate programmes may also be taken individually as a stand-alone professional training course.
Fundamental Characterisation for Nanotechnology (online, April to July, with two-day component in Oxford at the end of the module)
Introduction to Bionanotechnology (in Oxford, October)
Nanomedicine – Science and Applications (in Oxford, March)
Clinical Translation and Commercialisation of Nanomedicine (in Oxford, July)
The Wider Context of Nanotechnology (online, October to November)
The Fundamental Science of Nanotechnology (online, January to March)
Why choose Oxford?
Our programmes provide the latest advances in knowledge, skills and techniques in nanotechnology and nanomedicine, with real-time online tutorials and access to state-of-the-art equipment for materials characterisation techniques.
The structure of our courses enable you to study while working and are taught by leading experts under Professor Robert Carlisle (Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Engineering Science) and Dr Christiane Norenberg (Begbroke Science Park).
Delivered in partnership with the Department of Engineering Science
Programme overview with Peter Dobson
Watch Peter Dobson OBE, Emeritus Professor at the Department of Engineering Science, talk more about the Department's nanotechnology and nanomedicine programmes.
- Mon 09 Jan 2023 – 19 Mar 2023
- 10 meetings
- Mon 20 Mar 2023 – 24 Mar 2023
- Mon 24 Apr 2023 – 02 Jul 2023
- Mon 03 Jul 2023 – 07 Jul 2023
- Mon 10 Jan 2022 – 20 Mar 2022
- 10 meetings