BSc (Hons) Applied Biological Sciences
Developed in partnership with businesses from the life science industry and delivered jointly by the University of Stirling and Forth Valley College.
- Award BSc (Hons)
- Start date August 2021
- Duration 48 months
- Mode of study Part-time, Full-time, Campus based
- UCAS Code 8C93
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Scotland is internationally recognised for its crucial contributions in drug discovery and development, medical technologies, stem cells, bio-manufacturing and bioinformatics.
We’ve worked with Forth Valley College and business to develop a fully integrated degree course in Applied Biological Sciences. Our course is making a difference by solving the problem of skills shortages in life sciences. We’ll give you technical expertise and proficiency in the vital practical and research skills sought-after by employers.
The degree is taught jointly at Forth Valley College (Falkirk Campus) and the University of Stirling and also receives input from employers across the Scottish life sciences community. Classes for the
Your study will begin with fundamental science and laboratory skills before focusing on the cellular and molecular aspects of biological sciences.
Your final year will focus on proteomic and genomic aspects of biological sciences, plus your research project. Our research-led teaching, together with the experience and insight gained by your work placements, will make you work-ready for a modern career in biosciences.
The Scottish life sciences sector is calling out for highly skilled graduates with hands-on experience. An integrated degree will provide the practical and research skills required to produce 'work ready' graduates.
David Wotherspoon, Diageo
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BSc Applied Biological Sciences
Read Charlotte's storyI feel the placement module in the third semester gave me good insight into a real life scientific industry and the skills that are needed to pursue a career in a biology field.