Biomedical Science - Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)
Science and Mathematics
What will you be working towards?
Gain the knowledge and skills to drive innovation that saves lives.
Biomedical science applies biological principles to medicine. It explores the physiological processes and functions of the human body to appreciate disease processes, diagnosis and treatment.
This is a dynamic topic with continual advancements in health care and science driving innovation and research. Our multidisciplinary, lab-based approach keeps our teaching up to date with the changing field of biomedical science.
You'll gather the knowledge and skills for employment in a variety of settings � including potentially life-saving work at the cutting edge of health research.
Designed with major input from Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust, you'll have access to facilities like the PET Research Centre and the Daisy Research Laboratories at Hull's Castle Hill Hospital.
Find out more: https://www.hull.ac.uk/study/ug/biomedical-science.aspx?d=2020&var=standard
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Your next steps...
Medical research scientist
Some biomedical scientists work in laboratories for the NHS and private sector. Modern laboratories are the hi-tech hubs of hospitals, at the cutting-edge of medical technology.
You will be eligible to work in academic research, the health service, in biomedical scientist roles, in medical institutions and in education.
Our graduates go into a diverse range of other careers with employers such as ConocoPhillips, RB (formerly Reckitt Benckiser), the Civil Service, Boots, various hospitals and the NHS.