From DNA and microbes through to whole organisms and ecosystems, studying a course in biology provides opportunities to address real-world issues and to develop both theoretical and practical skills. The aim of our courses is for you to gain an understanding of the structure, function and interaction of living things and how that relates to the real world.
Our courses integrate both cutting-edge laboratory investigations and field studies. Laboratory experiments that are applicable in the world of work allow you to investigate the way in which living systems function, as well as provide you with relevant practical skills.
You will study in our multi-million pound Rosalind Franklin Building, containing laboratories, teaching, learning and research spaces. Some of our courses put fieldwork at the heart of the student experience linking with opportunities close to Wolverhampton as well as across the UK, Europe and further afield.