anatomy, behaviour, biochemistry, cells, genetics, health, medicine, molecular, neuroscience, pathology, people, pharmacology, psychology, physiology...
"I thought that I would like to be a chemist when I started University, but I found that Biochemistry allowed me to use similar skills, but to apply them to some really fundamental subjects which we still know little about!"
"The Biomedical Science degree cherry picks the interesting parts of medicine, biochemistry and psychology (in my opinion) and allows us to choose which of these we want to study more of from our second year, and continue to specialise in our third year. This gives me a great deal of control over my learning. My degree also includes an 8-week lab project, which gives you a real insight into experimental work."
Biomedical Science student
"I was attracted to the strong scientific grounding of the Oxford medical course. The Pre-clinical course enables you to gain in-depth knowledge of the science behind clinical practice while experiencing the primary scientific research that fuels medical progression…. I’m currently in my third year and love the freedom and self direction of my research project. I am developing skills as a scientist which will be useful in clinical practice, while also getting to grips with topics that fascinate me."
"This degree is an amazing journey that introduces you to subjects and to questions you might not have found elsewhere. It better enables you to come to answers using an informed and interdisciplinary approach."
Human Sciences tutor
"If you are passionate to learn how people perceive, think, reason, feel and interact with their environments and with other people in society, you should be applying to study Experimental Psychology. You will learn about the scientific methods and how these are applied in cognitive, social and behavioural psychology, as well as learning about the biological bases underlying these functions in neuroscience."
Experimental Psychology tutor