If you are keen to develop your knowledge in neuroscience, pharmacology or physiological science, our school can help you thrive. See how our innovative and pioneering teaching approaches are supported through our research and find out about the people behind our work.
We offer the following courses:
- BSc Neuroscience
UCAS Code: B140, three years full-time
- MSci Neuroscience with Study in Industry
UCAS Code: B140, four years full-time, entry by transfer
- BSc Pharmacology
UCAS Code: B210, three years full-time
- MSci Pharmacology with Study in Industry
UCAS Code: B211, four years full-time
- BSc Physiological Science
UCAS Code: B120, three years full-time
- MSci Physiological Science with Study in Industry
UCAS Code: B120, four years full-time, entry by transfer
92% of final year students on our BSc Neuroscience course in 2018 were satisfied with the quality of the course. Source
You will be taught by exceptional academics, using innovative and exciting teaching methods in specialised labs with excellent facilities. Not only will you gain the practical experience, you will also develop confidence in critical thinking and report-writing, skills that are invaluable for any future career. Our school is internationally recognised for its research as well as its teaching, ensuring you benefit from one of the the highest student experience's across the world.
Did you know?
Students can apply to transfer onto Study in Industry from any of our three courses, and benefit from a year's salaried position in commercial or government research, such as a biotech or pharmaceutical company, or research institute.
The School welcomes all intercalating medical, dental and vet students on to our courses in Neuroscience, Pharmacology and Physiological Sciences.
If you are currently registered at a university and studying for a biomedical sciences or related degree (such as biology, zoology or medicine), the Biomedical Sciences Lab Summer School offers a unique opportunity to gain new skills in laboratory techniques while deepening your scientific knowledge.