Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences

BSc Biochemistry with Biomedicine (Honours) BC79

The Biochemistry with Biomedicine course is aimed at students with a broad interest in the molecular processes of life and how these are altered by disease. It also involves the study of how knowledge of biochemistry can be used to develop treatments for such diseases. The course will involve core subjects in biochemistry and biomedicine and also other subjects such as cell biology, genetics and physiology which are at the heart of modern biochemical and medical research. We have extensive links with hospitals, at the local and national level, both in research activities and in the teaching on some of the more biomedical based courses.

Entry Requirements

Requirements at A level are typically AAB to include a minimum of AS-level Chemistry grade C and two science A-levels from Biology/Chemistry/Physics/Maths/Psychology/Geography/ Environmental Science/Computing/IT. Applicants with other types of qualification should enquire for details.

All candidates should have GCSE English language at grade C or above, or certain alternative English qualifications.
Candidates should also have a minimum of grade B in GCSE Mathematics or the equivalent. We will also consider 'Access' course Mathematics components.

We welcome applications from mature candidates.

After receiving your application we will invite you to an Open Day for informal discussions with members of staff and to visit the campus. More information on applying.

Careers info

This degree will provide an excellent platform for research based careers in biochemistry and genetics, including further postgraduate study for MSc or PhD qualifications. In addition there are many opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry, hospital research, the food industry, forensic science and research institutes that are accessible to our biochemistry graduates. Traditionally our graduates enter a wide range of careers and the transferable skills acquired during this degree will make the graduate attractive to employers in many other areas such as management, finance and marketing.


Download the Biochemistry prospectus

Download a copy of our prospectus. Includes details of all courses and modules.


Dr Sue Broughton
Head of Admissions
Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences
Furness College
Lancaster University
United Kingdom

Email: bioladmit@lancaster.ac.uk
01524 593265


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