Biosciences and medicine

The biosciences help us to understand fundamental life processes, from the behaviour of single cells to entire ecosystems. There’s always something new to discover in this broad area of science. As a biosciences student, you’ll investigate life in all its forms and gain skills that could transform and improve lives. 

By joining us at Surrey: 

  • You’ll have access to our £10m Innovation for Health Learning Laboratory, so you can gain practical experience valued by a wide range of employers. 
  • You’ll learn from lecturers who are active researchers in antimicrobial resistance, biotechnology, clinical bacteriology, systems biology, virology and much more. 
  • You’ll have great graduate prospects - 97% of our undergraduate biosciences and medicine graduates are in employment or further study (Graduate Outcomes survey 2020, HESA). 

Students and graduates

Students and graduates

Students and graduates

Studentships

‘From data to diagnosis’: Identification of patients with atrial fibrillation using computational analysis of sinus rhythm electrocardiograms

Funding information:
Tax free stipend for 36 months at UKRI rate.UK/EU tuition fee waiver.

The role of TGFβ on modulation of immune responses in Marek's disease

Funding information:
This is a fully-funded studentship only open to UK students and eligible EU students who qualify for home-rated fees, in line with Residential Guidelines for Research Council Studentships. Eligible students will receive a minimum annual stipend of £15,285 per annum, plus a cost of living top-up allowance of £2,200 per annum. University registration fees will be paid. 

Antimicrobial resistance transmission in the environment: the role of soil as a reservoir and conduit in the transmission of AMR

Funding information:
This call is for self-funded students.