Where will this take me?


A masters-level qualification is integral to career progression in oncology and frequently required for accreditation. Upon completing the final thesis, you will move into the workforce having completed a piece of original research that utilised the latest biological evidence, and the practical application of advanced methodologies and analytical techniques.

This course has a multi-disciplinary focus which will enable graduates to effectively integrate with other health professionals and advance their distinct role within the wider context of a today’s cancer workforce.

Taking the Master of Cancer Sciences: A student’s experience

Junior study coordinator in clinical trials Farha shares her experience of the online Master of Cancer Sciences – amidst a pandemic – and tells us how it’s improving her role now, and making a positive impact on her career.

Master of Cancer Sciences graduate Farha

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