Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science BSc
This course is about biologically inspired algorithms, their relationship to living biological intelligence and the nature of consciousness itself. Some modules overlap with the main Computer Science degree, so you get the same solid grounding in the fundamentals. You'll get the chance to specialise in speech recognition, language processing or robotics.
Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science MComp
Our four year degrees are a one year extension to our BSc degrees which allows further specialisation. In your fourth year you will develop research and analytical skills. You will have the opportunity to contribute to a publication of your research findings and will also take part in a conference style presentation where you present your work.
BSc Biomedical Science
Our BSc Biomedical Science course is based around understanding the human body and our ability to control it during health and disease. You'll study everything from the gene to whole body systems before putting your knowledge and skills into practice either inside or outside the lab.
MBiomedSci Biomedical Science
The MBiomedSci Biomedical Science course is designed for students who want to pursue a career in industrial or academic research, with the majority of the fourth year devoted to a major research project. The first three years of your course will have the same structure as the BSc.
BSc Biomedical Science with a Year Abroad
Spend a year of your degree studying biomedical science at another top university in a country such as the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore or Hong Kong and gain an even bigger range of perspectives on the subject.
MBiomedSci Biomedical Science with a Year in Industry
Spend a year on a paid work placement as part of your biomedical science degree. Combining a placement year with our MBiomedSci course allows you to gain work experience in industry, before adding an extra year of research training back in the lab in your 4th year.
Graduate Entry Medicine MBChB
Graduates with an appropriate life sciences degree who come from a widening participation background are welcome to apply to our four-year graduate-entry medicine programme. You must meet any two of our widening participation criteria.
Based on a patient-centred approach, the course is designed around common and important clinical conditions. It relates clinical medicine to the underlying medical sciences. You'll have the opportunity to develop your clinical competencies from the very start.
This course covers all aspects of psychology. Topics include biological, social and developmental psychology, cognition, psychological disorders and cognitive neuroscience.