The School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences is UQ's provider of graduate studies in Chemistry, Biochemistry & Molecular Cell Biology, Biotechnology, Microbiology and Parasitology.  Around 200 postgraudate students enrol in the School's courses each year.

Students benefit from modern, flexible approaches to learning, award-winning laboratory facilities and dedicated study rooms.  On-line resources at course websites assist students to access information, promote discussion of course material, take quizzes and trial tests and complete group work.  These e-Learning resources value-add to the lecture, tutorial and practical class program.  A student-organised mentoring scheme is available to postgraduate coursework students of the School - details are available at this Facebook page: UQ Molecular Biotechnology Students Club (UQ-MBioSC).

Postgraduate coursework students complete a research project as part of their studies:

Opportunities exist for qualifiying students to complete  their project via an industry placement - details available from the coordinator of the Major Research Project course in each program.

Program Information

Course Information

How to Apply

Financial Assistance (including prizes & scholarships)

Postgraduate Coursework Programs section

Prospective international students, enquire here

See all the UQ study options and fee/support information here.

Congratulations to our Bursary Winners!

Master of Biotechnology (Advanced) students Lynnmaria Nazareth and Lorraine Gunnion have been awarded bursaries to support their studies.
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