The BSc Biological Sciences course offers a unique programme of research, unrivalled teaching and some of the best practical facilities in the UK. The programme draws on our long history of cutting-edge research that has contributed to advances in human and veterinary medicine, and explores the fundamentals of biological and biomedical science that are needed to understand and develop new therapies for both human and animal diseases.
The course will give you a clear and detailed understanding of underpinning physiology and cellular and molecular biology, as well as an insight into disease mechanisms and an appreciation of comparative and integrated approaches to aid diagnosis and treatment in the future.
The course explores the basic biological sciences that inform current biomedical research and clinical practice. Biological Sciences is a hands-on course, and includes extensive practical and small-group teaching, as well as lab placements. You will be exposed to cutting-edge research in comparative physiology and medicine, livestock production and health, and animal welfare science and ethics.
Entry Requirement: At least grade B in Science, English Language, Mathematics
Course Duration: 3 years
The Royal Veterinary College is a Veterinary school located in London and a constituent college of the federal University of London. The RVC was founded in 1791 and joined the University of London in 1949.