Undergraduate courses

About our courses

Our range of courses cover the breadth of biomedical sciences at a specialised level. This opens up a wealth of opportunities for our students, who can focus on their specific area of interest while having access to a wider background of scientific knowledge and research in the faculty.

Our biomedical science teaching labs are located at the heart of the University precinct, where much of Bristol's world-leading research is carried out.

Choosing one of our biomedical courses will allow you to tailor your degree to your own academic interests and future ambitions, whether you aspire to join a leading research institute, the pharmaceutical or biotech industry, or become an academic expert in your subject, a science teacher or a patent lawyer. 

Teaching is designed to help you develop your expertise and confidence, through lectures, practicals, tutorials, clinical activities, independent learning, group learning and online resources. We value the input of our students and actively seek feedback throughout every degree course to ensure they are satisfied and challenged during their time with us.

Supporting your writing skills

All our students have access to our RLF Writing Fellow who will be able to help you develop your writing skills.  Find out more about the RLF Writing Fellow.

Teaching facilities

Dedicated key teaching facilities support our students throughout their studies. Find out more about our teaching facilities.

Intercalated degrees

All UK and international medical, dental and vet students can intercalate onto many of our undergraduate courses. Find out more about intercalated degrees at Bristol.

Contact us

Undergraduate Admissions Office
Phone: +44 (0)117 394 1641
Email: medsciences-ug-admissions@bristol.ac.uk

International scholarships

We're offering scholarships for international students who receive an offer to study on one of our courses.


Did you know?

There are student-run societies for each area of the faculty:

  • BAPS (Anatomy and Physiology)
  • The Cell (Cellular and Molecular Medicine)
  • Helix (Biochemistry)

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