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A University of Hertfordshire research degree signifies high levels of achievement in research. It develops extensive subject expertise and independent research skills which are honed...Read more
If you are working within the optical industry and wish to follow a fast-track path to a master’s qualification while working, the three-year MSc Optometry is a good choice. Our blended learning format...Read more
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Study your research degree with a well-funded, internationally published academic team that’s making exciting discoveries.
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