New courses in Finance, Culture and Biology launched at Essex

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New courses in Finance, Culture and Biology launched at Essex

13 May 2019

The University of Essex have launched a number of new courses for September 2019 entry in Finance, Culture and Biology.

- The MRes Finance is for those wishing to follow a career in research and/or academia, equipping students with the skills and knowledge to appreciate the depth and breadth of finance theories and techniques and apply these within a social science context.

- The MA War, Culture and Society draws on Essex's expertise across a variety of disciplines, including history, literature, law, sociology and psychoanalytical studies. Students will consider the effects of war on different scales, from individual to golbal.

- The BSc Human Biology enables students to understand the structure and function of the human body, from the cells and molecules that perform the chemical reactions for life, to the mechanisms of disease and how our imune system fights infection. 

Additionally, the BSc Biomedical Science and BSc Biochemistry degrees provide the ideal background for entry onto postgraduate medicine programmes at the University.

The University of Essex was named the 2018 Times Higher Education ‘University of the Year’ at the Times Higher Education awards and you can study there from September. Arrange a free consultation at SI-UK in Rawalpindi, LahoreKarachi or Peshawar today to learn more.

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