The biomedical science field is calling out for well trained professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to help change people’s lives. This course will provide you with the practical expertise desired by the industry. You will develop knowledge in human physiology, disease and genetics as well as strong lab and computer analytical skills. You will be able to gain experience with a range of employers through our Life Sciences Industry Liaison Lab at Discovery Park in Sandwich, Kent. Why study Biomedical Science? Biomedical Science graduates are involved in supporting health professionals and driving innovation through research. This innovative programme integrates Human Biology, Chemistry and Bioinformatics to develop well-trained graduates possessing employability skills vital for their future careers.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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