Genetics degrees teach students topics related to heredity, from passing on the genetic information of the parents to the offspring, to the study of genetic diseases and disorders. By learning advanced Organic Chemistry, Biology and Physics, including classes on cell biology, genomics, bioinformatics and genetic modelling, students go on to develop effective drugs, sustainable agriculture and learn to identify and treat genetic diseases, such as cancer.Read more about studying a Genetics degree
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Sweden is a very ambitious, eco-friendly, and visionary country. For example, by 2040, it aims to produce all its energy from renewable sources. Universities play an important role in achieving development goals, thanks to their world-class research facilities. If you’re from the EU/EEA, you can study at public universities for free. As a student, you will discover and easily adopt the three main values of Swedish society: freedom, equality, and sustainability. These values are reflected in every aspect of the local society, and you’ll quickly learn to appreciate them. Language barriers are also almost non-existent since around 80% of Swedes speak English.Read more about studying abroad in Sweden
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