Why study Life Sciences at Warwick?
- Our flexible degree programmes provide an integrated first-year core syllabus to develop your experience across the breadth of the biological sciences, while enabling you to choose optional modules according to your career ambitions or academic interests. You have the option to pursue areas of academic interest outside science such as business or languages.
- Our teaching is underpinned by world-class academic research, with a strong emphasis on practical laboratory teaching. We provide you with a supportive and stimulating study environment, including close supervision by your personal academic tutor through academic tutorials. In the National Student Survey 2016, 94% of students were satisfied overall with their course.
- Our four-year integrated Master’s courses provide an additional year of study focused on a substantial research project within the School or in industry. You can apply directly for these courses or, if you are a BSc student and you reach a suitable level of achievement in your second year, you can apply to transfer onto the related integrated Master’s course.
- Our students take opportunities to gain industrial experience in a range of science-related companies and to study abroad in partner institutions across the world.