BSc Biomedical Sciences
You have the chance to be one of the minds behind medical breakthroughs improving lives, curing disease and making the world a safer place.
What will you learn in Biomedical Sciences?
In this degree, you will find out how the human body works, how it goes wrong in disease and how we can devise new treatments for disease.
Working in the biomedical industry as you study
Your degree will help to launch you into your new career. As part of this, you have the possibility of gaining a year or a summer of valuable experience working within the biomedical field, which would bolster your CV.
Your career in biomedical sciences
The need for new medical cures and treatments is ever-growing, and as a biomedical scientist you will have numerous options for your career.
93% of leavers were in work and/or study 15 months after the end of their course (Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017/18; First Degree responders from Biomedical Sciences). *
Cutting edge facilities
The School of Biological Sciences has a new suite of laboratories which make practical work and original research easy for our students.
Find out more about BSc Biomedical Sciences
For information about this course, entry requirements and funding, take a look at our course specifications page.