Tekle Pauzaite: PhD in Biomedical and Life Sciences
"I undertook Biomedicine in Lancaster University as my undergraduate degree.
I chose Lancaster, as it was one of the strongest universities in UK, and is surrounded with the most incredible nature, mountains and lakes. I am an active person, like hiking and going on walks in the Lake District, thus Lancaster was perfect for me. It's a cosy environment with the Lake District being 30 minutes away. Everything on campus is close and maximum 10 minutes away. Plenty of places to have lunch and go on little adventures at duck pond and wooden trail.
Courses are challenging and engaging, composed in the way that people could use all their potential in theoretical and practical learning. Majority of lecturers in Biomedical and Life Sciences are research active, thus all lectures are up to date and relevant to newest advances. You will have the overall knowledge on variety of modules and disciplines, as well as plenty of practical skills acquired in laboratory practicals."