Key contributors to modern healthcare, biomedical scientists play a vital role in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease, monitoring and inventing new treatments and cures by developing advanced diagnostic tools or novel therapeutic strategies.
Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), which is required for practice within the National Health Service (NHS), this broad-based science degree integrates a wide range of subjects to promote the understanding of how the human body works and the biology of disease. You will also have the opportunity to develop essential skills and knowledge in laboratory management.
Coventry University is ranked within the 20 universities in the UK for Biosciences in the Guardian University Guide 2017. Our state-of-the-art Science and Health Building features a suite of analytical and biological laboratories where you can gain hands-on experience in cutting-edge industry techniques.