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What do you do in Uni for Immunology(Uk)?
What do you specifically cover each year

Would you recommend it for someone whos interested in biology?
Why would you recommend it?
Is it fun, in the sense, will you feel bored?
How much lab and practical work do you do?
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(Original post by Z-A-I)
What do you do in Uni for Immunology(Uk)?
What do you specifically cover each year

Would you recommend it for someone whos interested in biology?
Why would you recommend it?
Is it fun, in the sense, will you feel bored?
How much lab and practical work do you do?
ecolier can you help?

I've moved this to the biology and life sciences forum for you
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ecolier can you help?

I've moved this to the biology and life sciences forum for you
No :sorry:
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You'll need to look at individual course structures to see what will be covered, but generally you can probably expect to have a basic exposure to human/mammalian physiology, basic biochemistry and metabolism, some cell biology and molecular biology, and relevant lab techniques for those areas. These are common to a lot of related courses as well though (e.g. genetics, biochemistry, molecular/cell biology, physiology, pharmacology, etc, etc).

Beyond that it's likely to vary more widely depending on whether they're more focused on the academic side or the clinical side (even within an individual university they could have several courses relating to the area with different emphases), as well the particular research and clinical interests of the lecturers and department. There isn't really a set answer to this, since unlike some courses there isn't (to my knowledge) an accredited course structure they have to follow.
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