Studying the Life Sciences BSc at Brunel means you benefit from a truly immersive learning across a number of disciplines such as biological, environmental, psychological and sport sciences.
From day one on your Life Sciences degree, you’re able to use our extensive range of labs and start learning to use basic lab equipment, gradually working your way up to more specialist forensic equipment and analytical software. You’ll also have the option of broadening your knowledge by choosing non-science study opportunities such as a modern languages, management studies or computer programming.
You’ll work on real data to develop and improve your analytical skills. An example of this is how you will use the UK Biobank data (a major national and international health resource) to explore how lifestyle, health and genetics can intersect, showing physical and mental patterns in our behaviour.
Our academics will give you a unique combination of knowledge which includes biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, sports and exercise biology, biological psychology and the biological environment so that you’re ready to enter the world of work with a competitive set of skills like no other.
What’s on offer in life sciences at Brunel?