This course is accredited by the Royal Society of Biology
Emphasising the applied nature of the fascinating Biological Sciences subjects, this course aims to create and develop practical and general skills, preparing students for the myriad careers made available with their eventual qualification.
Opportunities for graduates reflect the vast range of topics covered under Biological Sciences, providing an in-depth education in the molecular, cellular and genetic activities of micro-organisms, plants and animals. The structure of your curriculum will reflect this approach, making use of the prior experience of professionals and opportunities for industrial experiences to build technical competence, time management and other transferrable abilities.
By taking the Sandwich Placement, you will be able to further strengthen your applied proficiencies, making use of the University of Wolverhampton’s student support resources such as The Workplace to secure experience in relevant industrial and research environment, additional support and supervision provided by the expert staff at the Wolverhampton School of Sciences. On-campus studies will employ the state-of-the-art Rosalind Franklin building, itself hosting resources suitable for a diverse range of specialist studies.