Average Salary For Geneticist In South Africa

Geneticists study genes and the science of heredity (inherited traits passed down through generations). They study living organisms, from human beings and animals to crops and bacteria. Research is a major part of a geneticist’s job.

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Geneticist Salary In South Africa

A Geneticist in South Africa earns around R480,327 (ZAR)/yr.

What can I do with a BSc in genetics?

Academic researcher.

Clinical research associate.

Clinical scientist, genomics.

Clinical scientist, immunology.

Genetic counselor.

Pharmacologist.

Plant breeder/geneticist.

Research scientist (life sciences)

How do I become a clinical geneticist in South Africa?

Medical Genetics The Master of Medicine in the field of Medical Genetics is a four-year, full-time degree.

Registrars are required to write a Part 1 and Part 2 examination, both offered through the Colleges of Medicine of South Africa in order to obtain a Fellowship in Medical Genetics.

Where can I study genetics in SA?

B.Sc. Genetics. The University of Pretoria. Pretoria, South Africa.

Bachelor. Animal Science. The University of Pretoria. Pretoria, South Africa.

B.Sc. Food Science. The University of Pretoria. Pretoria, South Africa.

Bachelor. Human Genetics. Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch, South Africa.

How do you become a human geneticist?

To become a Geneticist, a candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree in medicine, genetics, or any allied discipline.

A Master’s degree in the relevant course/ stream is highly preferred for better opportunity and growth.

Those who wish to go for research work must go for a Ph.D. degree.

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