University of Bradford
Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)
**Academic Requirement at Undergraduate level for students with British Qualifications stay the same regardless of the Student's country of residence.
A personal statement, 1 academic reference letter from school or college.
About The Program
About The University
IELTS for UKVI 6.0 (No less than 5.5 in any section)
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The University of Bradford offers a wide range of financial help to assist you on your university journey, and invests over £4m annually in the Access Agreement and other scholarships to support students from all backgrounds. Students from Bangladesh are eligible for a 2000 GBP scholarship per year for undergraduate programs. Students from Pakistan, Nepal and India are eligible to apply for Vice Chancellors Scholarship and also other scholarship where the amount varies from 2,500 GBP to 4000 GBP per year.
Biomedical Science is the in-depth study of human biology in both normal and disease states.
This course provides you with detailed understanding of the causes of human disease, how these produce symptoms and the effects of disease on the structure and function of human cells, tissues, and the whole organism. Students learn both current techniques used in the study of human diseases in the NHS, and innovative technologies under development for experimental treatments.
The University of Bradford is in the top 50 universities for research in the latest Research Excellence Framework, with world class researchers undertaking the research-informed teaching.
Recent investment in the Digital Health Zone allows students to access the latest techniques in digital anatomy and pathology, including carrying out digital dissection using technology only available in six UK Universities.
The course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS).
You will graduate with scientific, experimental and critical skills highly valued in graduate careers. You can apply your specialist skills and knowledge towards research in either medical or industrial research organisations (such as pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies), or universities and research institutes.
Openings exist in medical research (hospitals, universities or research institutes), the pharmaceutical industry, medical information services, teaching, medical writing and publishing. The course also provides essential transferable skills for non-science-based graduate employment.
Many graduates also undertake postgraduate study (medical degrees, Master's level or PhD level qualifications).
92% of our 2017 BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science graduates found employment or went on to further study within six months of graduating.
1st year- Developing Professional Skills 1, Cell and Tissue Biology, Human Physiology, Human Genetics and Developmental Biology, Introductory Biochemistry, Introductory Microbiology.
2nd year- Developing Professional Skills 2, Immunology, Haematology and Transfusion Science, Medical Microbiology, Clinical and Analytical Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics, Pathology.
3rd year- Biomedical Science Research Project, Medical Genetics, Biology of Disease, Research Topics 1 in Medical Cell Biology, Research Topics 1 in Cancer Biology and Therapeutics, Research Topics 1 in Medical Microbiology, Research Topics 1 in Haematology and Transfusion Science, Option- Research Topics 2.
The University of Bradford has always been pioneers in developing new course subjects and modes of teaching, reflecting and anticipating the needs of employers, students, and of society as a whole, the course provision and research strategy is designed in response to the changing business, social, scientific and environmental landscape.
With over 50 years of academic excellence behind the University continue to grow our international reputation, course provision, and research impact.
Today the University's associations and networks span the globe; from strong links to leading local and national employers, to academic partner institutions, to the World Technology Universities Network, this University is an outward facing institution committed to the creation, dissemination, and application of knowledge for the benefit of global society.
There is an alumni community of more than 140,000 graduates in over 175 countries worldwide.
Distance Learning MBA ranked the best value for money in the world, 4th in the world for career progress, and 10th in the world overall (Financial Times Online MBA Ranking 2019)
Top 10 in UK for Chemical Engineering (Guardian University League Tables 2019)
Top 10 in UK for Forensic Science, Medical Technology, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, and Physiotherapy (Complete University Guide 2020)
Key facts and statistics
8,564 students in the 2018/2019 academic year
- 7,197 undergraduate
- 1,042 postgraduate taught
- 325 postgraduate research
- 7,693 full-time, 871 part-time
- 7,177 UK residence, 368 EU, 1,019 non-EU
1499 staff in the 2018/2019 academic year
Over 140,000 alumni across 175 countries
A successor to the Bradford Mechanics Institute, Bradford Technical College, and the Bradford Institute of Technology, the University of Bradford became the UK’s fortieth University in 1966 and has continued to grow ever since.
Student population is now almost 10,000, bringing students from 150 nations together in one place of learning excellence.
After Bradford Institute of Technology was granted a Royal Charter and the University of Bradford was established, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson was installed as the first Chancellor. Today, that role belongs to Kate Swann, a respected leader in the UK business world.
The University's Business School is one of the oldest in the UK, continues to be a world leader in business and management education, research and knowledge transfer. It is one of only a small number of business schools across the world with the coveted triple-crown of Accreditations.
In 2018 It became the first British University of Sanctuary. This builds on our history and culture of welcome and inclusion, which was established through the creation of the first British University Peace Studies department in 1973.