You can specialise in global change, environmental biosciences or environmental geosciences. We introduce you to biomolecular sciences through a series of modules covering: See what our recent graduates went on to do and view graduate destinations statistics. Principles of Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering.
We think this means we're doing something right. Course Overview Want to study biomedical and biomolecular sciences at Newcastle but not sure which degree you want to study?
We support you through: Apply Apply. Evolutionary Ecology. See how this course compares with others for topics such as student satisfaction, fees and costs and prospects after graduation using the Unistats Key Information Set. Study at the cutting edge Study at the cutting edge Scientists working in biomedicine are at the forefront of medical developments that can save lives. We also offer some scholarships for optional field classes and independent research.
Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn.
Newcastle's vibrant city centre is just a few minutes' walk away. If you are not quite sure which area will suit you best, the Medical Science Deferred Choice programme could be ideal for you.
Want to study biomedical and biomolecular sciences at Newcastle but not sure which degree you want to study? Combinations of Highers and Advanced Highers accepted. These figures give an indication of how you'll learn and be assessed.
We also have experimental gardens and glasshouses, artificial stream and pond systems, leading equipment for DNA analysis, biomolecular and elemental analyses, and extensive computing resources.
Campus tours Campus tours run regularly throughout the year, at 1pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Applicant open days If you've received an offer to study with us, we'll invite you to one of our applicant open days, which take place between November and April.