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We are proud of our reputation for creating highly qualified, employable graduates. 97% of Lancaster alumni are in work or further study within six months of graduating, 82% at graduate level. Your degree will provide you with knowledge that can be applied in the biosciences sector or in scientific research.
Specialist techniques courses are an integral part of our degrees. Some are taught by staff from local hospitals, providing you with the skills to pursue a career in bioscience.
You will also develop confidence in essential skills valued by graduate employers, including:
Literacy - convey complex concepts and arguments clearly
Numeracy - analyse and interpret data and statistical information
Interpersonal skills - manage interactions without conflict
Independent working - use your own initiative
Problem solving - investigate different strategies for approaching situations
Critical evaluation - consider information and possibilities realistically
All bioscience students take our 'Employability Skills' module. This will help you:
Enhance career awareness
Develop oral communication skills
Manage your professional development
Write targeted CVs and covering letters
We prepare you for the career you want. A degree in a Bioscience provides a range of transferable skills which can be applied to many career pathways.