BSc(Hons) Biomedical Science


University of the West of England, Bristol

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Program Duration:

36 Months

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Type

Bachelor's programs

Certifications & Titles

BSc

Study Options

Full Time

Location

Coldharbour Lane, Bristol BS16 1QY,

Bristol

United Kingdom

Start Date:

End Date:

Location

United Kingdom

Bristol

Type

Bachelor's programs

Application Deadline:


Why study biomedical science?

To diagnose and treat diseases effectively, we need to understand the biology of disease and the science underpinning it, as well as the latest advances in medical science.

The strong analytical, problem-solving and communication skills this discipline requires makes biomedical scientists highly sought after in fields such as medical research, consultancy, education and management.

Why UWE Bristol?

Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), BSc(Hons) Biomedical Science offers a hands-on approach to learning.

You'll get a strong grounding in modern biomedicine, and study the basic scientific core subjects and the biology of disease, alongside specialist biomedical subjects.

Gain wide-ranging experience and develop expertise in the areas that interest you most.

Work at the cutting-edge of biomedical science, using highly specialised equipment.

Build essential practical experience through placements and internships.

If you choose the sandwich option, you'll spend your third year working with an employer or at another university, in the pharmaceutical, healthcare, research or wider sector. This could be in the UK, in Europe or further afield.  

With a strong focus on the application of science in the real world, this course is excellent preparation for wide-ranging science careers.

Where can it take me?

Our graduates work in increasingly diverse types of roles. Most go into biomedical science, working in research and development for organisations in the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors.

Some also get jobs in sales, the media or education, and others study for postgraduate qualifications.

Through our partnership with American University of Antigua (AUA), you could go on to study medicine there. You'd spend two pre-clinical years in Antigua, followed by two clinical years in the UK, USA or Canada. Scholarships are available for outstanding students.