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We are serious about science, and we are proud to have been behind some important advances in the history of animal welfare, disease control, evolution, and human and animal medicine. Our world-renowned experts and exciting research opportunities will give you an unrivalled learning experience to take your knowledge to the highest level and to help shape the future of science.

 

Courses

BSc Biological Sciences
UCAS code: C100
The BSc Biological Sciences course offers a unique programme of research, unrivalled teaching and some of the best practical facilities in the UK. The programme draws on our long history of cutting-edge research that has contributed to advances in human and veterinary medicine, and explores the fundamentals of biological and biomedical science that are needed to understand and develop new therapies for both human and animal diseases.

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BSc Bioveterinary Sciences
UCAS code: D300
The BSc Bioveterinary Sciences course is a unique blend of the biological sciences relating to animals, the way they work, their health, their diseases and their relationships with humans.

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BSc Biological/Bioveterinary Sciences with a Certificate in Work-Based Learning
UCAS code: C101/D301
Our Biological Sciences and Bioveterinary Sciences courses explore the basic biological sciences that inform current biomedical research and clinical practice. In addition to the three-year BSc Biological Sciences or BSc Bioveterinary Sciences course, you will undertake a placement year, usually in your third year, to develop work place skills and industry expertise.

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BSc Biological Sciences (Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Ethics)
UCAS code: D390
Animal welfare is at the heart of our mission, and it is a growing, dynamic field of study. The BSc Biological Sciences (Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Ethics) builds on our international reputation in this field. If you are passionate about animal welfare and wonder why different animals behave the way they do, then this course might be for you.

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MSci Biological Sciences
UCAS code: C102
The MSci in Biological Sciences is an undergraduate integrated master’s degree, the aim of which is to prepare you for a PhD or a career in an academic or industrial research environment, where you will endeavour to make advances in human and veterinary medicine.

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MSci Bioveterinary Sciences
UCAS code: D302
The MSci in Bioveterinary Sciences is an undergraduate integrated master’s degree, the aim of which is to prepare you for a PhD or a career in an academic or industrial research environment, for example within the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries, and for other biological, biomedicine and veterinary-related careers.

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MSci Applied Biological Research
UCAS code: C103
The MSci in Applied Biological Research is an undergraduate, integrated master’s degree with an industry placement in the fourth year, the aim of which is to prepare you for a PhD or a career in an industrial or academic research environment, with a focus on human and veterinary medicine, prevention and treatment.

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MSci Applied Bioveterinary Research
UCAS code: D303
With a focus on research methodology and critical analysis, the MSci Applied Bioveterinary Research course aims to prepare you for a PhD or a career in research, where you will strive to explore the development of new therapies for both human and veterinary diseases.

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MSci Wild Animal Biology
UCAS code: C300
The MSci in Wild Animal Biology is an undergraduate integrated master’s degree, the aim of which is to give you a thorough foundation in biosciences, with further specialisation into wild animal biology in the fourth year (Masters) of study. This degree is delivered together with the Zoological Society of London.

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