Biological Sciences BSc (Hons) – 2022 entry

Key information

Start date: October 2022

BSc (Hons) UCAS: 7C53

3 years

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BSc (Hons) UCAS: 7C54

4 years with professional training

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BSc (Hons) UCAS: 7C55

4 years with foundation year

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BSc (Hons) UCAS: 7C56

5 years with foundation year and professional training

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Why choose this course

  • Select modules tailored to your interests, with the option to specialise in either animal biology and ecology, cellular and molecular sciences, or infection and immunity. 
  • Access our £10 million Innovation for Health Learning Laboratory to acquire practical experience that is essential for a research career and valued by a wide range of employers. 
  • Gain industry experience through our award-winning Professional Training Placements, where you can work in one of our partner laboratories across the world. 
  • Conduct fieldwork both on campus and further afield, with the opportunity to practise your scientific skills in a non-controlled environment.
  • Enter the jobs market with confidence. Surrey was named University of the Year for Graduate Employment in The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022.
Student holding sample in a bag, collected from a lake

A week in the life of a biological sciences student

What you will study

On this course, you’ll investigate biological structure and function at various levels, from molecules to cells, through to whole organisms, communities and ecosystems. 

In your first year, you’ll study topics that are fundamental to biosciences, ensuring you have a solid foundation upon which to build the rest of your degree.  

During your second year, you’ll have the option to specialise in either animal biology and ecology, cellular and molecular sciences, or infection and immunity. Alternatively, you can choose from a variety of broader modules including analytical biochemistry, cellular microbiology and neuroscience. 

In your third year, you’ll further your knowledge of your chosen specialism or broader study by exploring topics such as advanced pharmacology, genetics, and the impact of humans on the environment. You’ll also complete a research project, bringing together all the practical, analytical, and presentation skills you’ve developed.

Fieldwork 

You’ll conduct fieldwork both on campus and further afield, with the opportunity to practise your scientific skills in a non-controlled environment. You’ll visit several sites, including Birdworld, the Natural History Museum, Merristwood College, the Millennium Seedbank and the Surrey Wildlife Trust. 

Facilities 

You’ll benefit from hands-on learning in our £10 million Innovation for Health Learning Laboratory, where TV screens are used to show you how to conduct experiments and follow scientific protocols. 

The Laboratory is fitted with the latest industry equipment that you’ll use to carry out a full range of experiments. These include studying the microorganisms used in biotechnology and those that cause human infectious diseases, exploring cell biology to understand the make-up of cells and tissues, and delving into molecular biology to study genes and their biochemistry, physiology and regulation. You’ll complete your first experiment within your first two weeks. 

The time you spend in our facilities will give you the opportunity to familiarise yourself with biological science methodology and develop the practical laboratory experience that’s essential in a research career and valued by a wide range of employers. 

In your final year, depending on your research project, you may also get to use our dissertation laboratory. 

Teaching staff 

We have a research-led focus to our teaching, ensuring everything you learn is up-to-date and relevant to employers. You’ll be taught by lecturers who are active researchers. These may include Dr Kikki Bodman-Smith (an immunologist with expertise in inflammatory diseases), Dr Alison Cottell (an expert in antibiotic and biocide bacterial resistance who’s previously worked as a biomedical scientist) and Dr Lorenzo Santorelli (an evolutionary biologist with expertise in co-operative behaviour in macro and microorganisms). 

Foundation year 

On this course, you can choose to study a foundation year, designed to develop your skills and make it easier for you to get started at university. As a foundation student, you’ll study full-time for one year at foundation level. After successful completion of this year, you’ll move onto your chosen version of this course. 

Find out more about our entry requirements, fees and how to apply

Professional recognition

BSc (Hons) - Royal Society of Biology
Accredited by the Royal Society of Biology for the purpose of meeting, in part, the academic and experience requirement of membership and Chartered Biologist (CBiol).

Careers and graduate prospects

We offer careers information, advice and guidance to all students whilst studying with us, which is extended to our alumni for three years after leaving the University.

Over the last decade, our employment figures have been among the best in the UK. This was a key factor in Surrey being named University of the Year for Graduate Employment in The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022.

This course will prepare you for a wide range of careers, from scientific and technical roles in specialised areas, through to those which draw upon the breadth of biological sciences, such as teaching and science journalism. 

Typical roles include healthcare scientists, laboratory technicians and quality officers. 

Our alumni can be found in hospital, academic and industrial research laboratories around the world, with recent graduates working for AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Novartis, Procter & Gamble, Public Health England, the Food Standards Agency and Thermo Fisher Scientific. 

With the critical thinking, analysis, problem solving, decision-making, and communication skills learnt throughout the course, several graduates have sought alternative careers in leisure, management and retail industries. Many students also use this course to apply for further study, including postgraduate research, and graduate dentistry and medicine programmes.

Academic year structure

The academic year is divided into two semesters of 15 weeks each. Each semester consists of a period of teaching, revision/directed learning and assessment.

Modules

Modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. Please note that modules may be subject to teaching availability, student demand and/or class size caps.

Important: In light of the Covid-19 pandemic the University has revised its courses to incorporate the ‘Hybrid Learning Experience’ in a departure from previous academic years and previously published information. The University has changed the delivery (and in some cases the content) of its programmes. Further information on the general principles of hybrid learning can be found at: Hybrid learning experience | University of Surrey.

We have updated key module information regarding the pattern of assessment and overall student workload to inform student module choices. We are currently working on bringing remaining published information up to date to reflect current practice in time for the start of the academic year 2021/22. This means that some information within the programme and module catalogue will be subject to change. Current students are invited to contact their Programme Leader or Academic Hive with any questions relating to the information available. 

The University operates a credit framework for all taught programmes based on a 15-credit tariff. Modules can be either 15, 30, 45 or 60, 75 and 120 credits, and additionally for some masters dissertations, 90 credits.

Please note: If there is an optional Professional Training placement as part of your course you can view the full module listing for this on the relevant programme specification.

The structure of our programmes follows clear educational aims that are tailored to each programme. These are all outlined in the programme specifications which include further details such as the learning outcomes:

Optional modules for Foundation - FHEQ Level 3

For further information relating to FHEQ levels 4, 5 and 6, including learning outcomes, aims and module information please view the BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences.

Optional modules for Year 2 - FHEQ Level 5

To apply to students enrolled from 2019-0 onward.

For Non-specialised programme:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036 and BMS2038. Students must choose one option from BMS2037 or BMS2048.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2062. Students must choose three options from BMS2043, BMS2044, BMS2045, BMS2046, BMS2047 and BMS2070. BMS2043 and BMS2070 are mutually exclusive. BMS2054 is not available to the unspecialised programme.

For Infection and Immunity specialism:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036, BMS2037 and BMS2038. No options are available. BMS2048 is not available.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2044, BMS2045 and BMS2062. Students must choose one option from BMS2046 and BMS2047. BMS2043, BMS2054 and BMS2070 are not available.

For Cellular and Molecular Sciences specialism:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036, BMS2038 and BMS2048. No options are available. BMS2037 is not available.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2043, BMS2047 and BMS2062. Students must choose one option from BMS2045 and BMS2046. BMS2044, BMS2054 and BMS2070 are not available.

For Animal Biology and Ecology specialism:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036 and BMS2038. Students must choose one option from BMS2037 and BMS2048.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2054, BMS2062 and BMS2070. Students must choose one option from BMS2044 and BMS2045. BMS2043, BMS2046 and BMS2047 are not available.

Optional modules for Year 3 - FHEQ Level 6

To apply to students enrolled in 2019-0 onwards.

For Non-specialised programme:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Choose 3 from 9 options: BMS3052, BMS3055, BMS3060, BMS3062, BMS3079, BMS3090, BMS3091, BMS3092 and BMS3095.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Choose 3 from 8 options: BMS3063, BMS3064, BMS3066, BMS3072, BMS3073, BMS3093, BMS3096 and BMS3099.

For Infection and Immunity specialism:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3054 and BMS3079. Choose 1 from 5 options: BMS3055, BMS3060, BMS3090, BMS3091 and BMS3092.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3073. Choose 2 from 4 options: BMS3063, BMS3072, BMS3093 and BMS3099.

For Cellular and Molecular Sciences specialism:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3092. Choose 2 from 5 options: BMS3052, BMS3055, BMS3062, BMS3090 and BMS3091.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory modules are: BMS3063 and BMS3093. Choose 1 from 3 options: BMS3064, BMS3072 and BMS3099.

For Animal Biology and Ecology specialism:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory modules are: BMS3091 and BMS3095. Choose 1 from 2 options: BMS3062 and BMS3090.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3096. Choose 2 from 5 options: BMS3064, BMS3066, BMS3072, BMS3073 and BMS3074.

Optional modules for Year 2 (with PTY) - FHEQ Level 5

To apply to students enrolled from 2019-0 onward.

For Non-specialised programme:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036 and BMS2038. Students must choose one option from BMS2037 or BMS2048.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2062. Students must choose three options from BMS2043, BMS2044, BMS2045, BMS2046, BMS2047 and BMS2070. BMS2043 and BMS2070 are mutually exclusive. BMS2054 is not available to the unspecialised programme.

For Infection and Immunity specialism:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036, BMS2037 and BMS2038. No options are available. BMS2048 is not available.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2044, BMS2045 and BMS2062. Students must choose one option from BMS2046 and BMS2047. BMS2043, BMS2054 and BMS2070 are not available.

For Cellular and Molecular Sciences specialism:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036, BMS2038 and BMS2048. No options are available. BMS2037 is not available.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2043, BMS2047 and BMS2062. Students must choose one option from BMS2045 and BMS2046. BMS2044, BMS2054 and BMS2070 are not available.

For Animal Biology and Ecology specialism:
Semester 1: Compulsory modules are BMS2035, BMS2036 and BMS2038. Students must choose one option from BMS2037 and BMS2048.
Semester 2: Compulsory modules are BMS2054, BMS2062 and BMS2070. Students must choose one option from BMS2044 and BMS2045. BMS2043, BMS2046 and BMS2047 are not available.

Optional modules for Year 3 (with PTY) - FHEQ Level 6

To apply to students enrolled in 2019-0 onwards.

For Non-specialised programme:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Choose 3 from 9 options: BMS3052, BMS3055, BMS3060, BMS3062, BMS3079, BMS3090, BMS3091, BMS3092 and BMS3095.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Choose 3 from 8 options: BMS3063, BMS3064, BMS3066, BMS3072, BMS3073, BMS3093, BMS3096 and BMS3099.

For Infection and Immunity specialism:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3054 and BMS3079. Choose 1 from 5 options: BMS3055, BMS3060, BMS3090, BMS3091 and BMS3092.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3073. Choose 2 from 4 options: BMS3063, BMS3072, BMS3093 and BMS3099.

For Cellular and Molecular Sciences specialism:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3092. Choose 2 from 5 options: BMS3052, BMS3055, BMS3062, BMS3090 and BMS3091.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory modules are: BMS3063 and BMS3093. Choose 1 from 3 options: BMS3064, BMS3072 and BMS3099.

For Animal Biology and Ecology specialism:
Semester 1: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory modules are: BMS3091 and BMS3095. Choose 1 from 2 options: BMS3062 and BMS3090.
Semester 2: Core module is BMS3048. Compulsory module is BMS3096. Choose 2 from 5 options: BMS3064, BMS3066, BMS3072, BMS3073 and BMS3074.

Timetables

Course timetables are normally available one month before the start of the semester. Please note that while we make every effort to ensure that timetables are as student-friendly as possible, scheduled teaching can take place on any day of the week (Monday–Friday). Wednesday afternoons are normally reserved for sports and cultural activities. View our Timetabling Policy (PDF).

Teaching

Your teaching will be delivered through a combination of: 

  • Fieldwork 
  • Group work (e.g. discussion groups) 
  • Laboratory-based practicals 
  • Lectures 
  • Online learning 
  • Role plays 
  • Seminars 
  • Tutorials. 

Outside of these, you’ll be expected to carry out independent study, including coursework, essays, laboratory write-ups and reading.

There may be occasions when the delivery of your teaching is supported by graduate teaching assistants. The University has a set of procedures that govern the use of postgraduate research students in this way.

Assessment

We use a variety of methods to assess you, including coursework, essays, examinations, practical write-ups and presentations. 

We assess modules individually and award credits for the successful completion of each one. Assessment takes place through a combination of examination and/or coursework, practical examinations and reports. 

Check individual module information to see full details at a module level.

Contact hours

You’ll have approximately 24 contact hours each week. You’ll spend almost a quarter of your first-year teaching in laboratory-based practicals or completing fieldwork. This will vary in your second-year, dependent on what modules you choose to study. 

Contact hours can vary across our modules. Full details of the contact hours for each module are available from the University of Surrey's module catalogue. See the modules section for more information.

Entry requirements

A-level

Overall: BBC.

Required subjects: Biology or Chemistry at grade B and a second science or Mathematics. Applicants taking the Science Practical Endorsement are required to pass.

Please note: A-level General Studies and A-level Critical Thinking are not accepted.

GCSE or equivalent: English Language and Mathematics at Grade C(4) (or equivalent). Applicants must have achieved these grades at the time of making their application.

Foundation year: A-level CCD (or equivalent) to include one Science A-level.

GCSE or equivalent: English Language and Mathematics at grade C(4) (or equivalent).

BTEC (QCF Level 3) Extended Diploma

Overall: DMM in Applied Science or Applied Science (Medical Science) (please contact us if you are taking a different BTEC).

GCSE or equivalent: English Language and Mathematics at Grade C(4) (or equivalent). Applicants must have achieved these grades at the time of making their application.

International Baccalaureate

Overall: 31.

Required subjects: HL5/SL6 in Biology or Chemistry and a second science or Mathematics. 

GCSE or equivalent: English and Maths HL4/SL4. Applicants must have achieved these grades at the time of making their application.

European Baccalaureate

Overall: 72%.

Required subjects: Biology or Chemistry with at least 7.5 and at least 7.5 in a second science or Mathematics (5 Period).

GCSE or equivalent: English 6 (Language 1/2) or 7 (Language 3), and Mathematics 6. Applicants must have achieved these grades at the time of making their application.

Access to HE Diploma

Overall: QAA-recognised Access to Higher Education Diploma with 45 Level 3 credits overall including 21 at Distinction and 24 at Merit to 45.

Required subjects: This must include 15 Level 3 credits in Biology or Chemistry and 15 Level 3 credits in a second science or Mathematics.

GCSE or equivalent: English Language and Mathematics at Grade C(4) (or equivalent). Applicants must have achieved these grades at the time of making their application.

Scottish Highers

Overall: BBBBB.

Required subjects: Biology or Chemistry and a second science or Mathematics.

GCSE or equivalent: English Language and Maths Scottish National 5 - C. Applicants must have achieved these grades at the time of making their application.

Welsh Baccalaureate

Overall: Pass overall with BBC from a combination of the Advanced Skills Challenge Certificate and two A-levels.

Required subjects: Biology or Chemistry and a second science or Mathematics. Applicants taking the Science Practical Endorsement are required to pass.

GCSE or equivalent: English Language and Mathematics ­– Numeracy as part of the Welsh Baccalaureate. Please check the A-level drop down for the required GCSE levels.

Please note: A-level General Studies and A-level Critical Thinking are not accepted.

Do I meet the requirements for this course?

We require you to submit a full application so that we can formally assess whether you meet the criteria published. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide an outcome based on an enquiry (via email, webform enquiry, phone or live chat).

Other international qualifications

If you are an international student and you don’t meet the entry requirements to this degree, we offer the International Foundation Year, run by the Surrey International Study Centre.

English language requirements

IELTS academic: 6.5 overall with 6.0 in Writing and 5.5 in each other element.

View the other English language qualifications that we accept.

If you do not currently meet the level required for your programme, we offer intensive pre-sessional English language courses, designed to take you to the level of English ability and skill required for your studies here.

Selection process

We normally make offers in terms of grades.

Foundation

If you don’t meet our entry requirements, you might still be able to apply for this course with a foundation year. A course with a foundation year includes an extra year of study to prepare you for a full degree course. Find out more about our degrees with foundation year.

Recognition of prior learning

The University of Surrey recognises that many students enter their higher education course with valuable knowledge and skills developed through a range of professional, vocational and community contexts. If this applies to you, a process called recognition of prior learning (RPL) may allow you to enter your course at a point appropriate to your previous learning and experience, or to join the start of a course without the formal entry requirements. This means that you may be exempt from certain elements of study in the course for which you have applied and be awarded credit based on your previous qualifications/experience. There are restrictions on RPL for some courses and fees may be payable for certain claims. 

Please see the code of practice for recognition of prior learning and prior credit: taught programmes (PDF) for further information. Please contact Admissions on +44 (0)1483 682222 with any queries.

Fees

The annual tuition fees for courses starting in October 2022

BSc (Hons)

UK £9,250

Overseas £23,100

BSc (Hons) (with professional training year)

UK £9,250

Overseas £23,100

Professional training To be confirmed

BSc (Hons) (with foundation year)

UK £9,250

BSc (Hons) (with foundation and professional training year)

UK £9,250

Professional training To be confirmed

View a complete listing of all ongoing fees for our undergraduate courses.

  • Fees for UK students: The University will apply annual regulated increases in the fee rates as set by Government each year, in order to maintain the same value in real terms. 
  • Fees for EU students: The UK is now no longer part of the EU, we are awaiting further instruction from the UK government and we will publish this as soon as it is provided. Find out more information about Studying in the UK and the Scholarships for EU students.
  • Fees for international students: Annual fees will increase by 4% for each subsequent year of study, rounded up to the nearest £100, subject to any overriding applicable legislative requirements. 
  • Fees for international students with an integrated foundation year: The programme fee for Year 0 will match the lowest Year 1 overseas fee rate from across the substantive programmes for that year of entry. Students subsequently progressing into Year 1 will be liable for the same fee as overseas students joining at Year 1 for the same programme in that year. Annual fees after Year 1 will increase by 4% for each subsequent year of study, rounded up to the nearest £100, subject to any overriding applicable legislative requirements. 

The University will assess your fee status. If you are unsure whether you are likely to be considered a home, EU or overseas student for fees purposes, the UKCISA website offers more information.

Payment schedule

  • Students in receipt of a Tuition Fee Loan: will have their fees paid by the Student Loans Company in line with their schedule.
  • International students, or UK/EU students who have not taken out a Tuition Fee Loan: are required to pay their fees either in full at the beginning of the programme or in two instalments as follows:
    • 50% payable 10 days after the invoice date (expected to be early October of each academic year)
    • 50% in January of the same academic year.

The exact date(s) will be detailed on invoices. Students on certain part-time programmes, where fees are paid on a modular or stage basis, are not eligible to pay their fees by instalment.

If you are sponsored: you will provide us with valid sponsorship information that covers the period of your study.

Professional Training placement fees

If you are studying on a programme which contains a Professional Training placement year there will be a reduced fee for the academic year in which you undertake your placement. This is normally confirmed 12 to 18 months in advance, or once Government policy is determined.

See the information about 2022/23 academic year Professional Training placement fee.

Additional costs

There are associated costs with this course:

  • Safety equipment and/or uniform: £20 – equipment pack (includes laboratory coat, laboratory glasses, laboratory book, pen and padlock). You are responsible for the costs associated with maintaining/washing/replacing any equipment.

Grand total: £20

These additional costs are accurate as of September 2020 and apply to the 2021 year of entry. Costs for 2022 entry will be published in September 2021.

Scholarships and bursaries


We're committed to making sure that we offer support for students who might need it.

Placements

You have the option to complete a Professional Training placement as part of this course. This will give you the opportunity to develop your professional, academic and personal potential, helping to prepare you for your future career.

A significant proportion of placement students at Surrey are offered graduate-level jobs or go onto postgraduate study.

Find out more about Professional Training placements and discover how these have transformed our students’ lives and career choices.

Biological sciences placements

You can choose to work for a range of employers, including pharmaceutical organisations, food suppliers, hospitals and biotechnology companies, to practise and enhance your skills. 

Previous students have gained placements in: 

  • Animal welfare  
  • Cancer research  
  • Environmental research  
  • Genetics  
  • Microbiology  
  • Molecular research  
  • Neuroscience research  
  • Pharmaceuticals. 

We also have an extensive number of partner institutions that offer placements exclusively to Surrey students, giving you access to research laboratories across the world. Our partner institutions include: 

  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China 
  • Stockholm University, Sweden 
  • The Nature Conservancy, New York, USA 
  • University of Saskatchewan, Canada 
  • University of Wollongong, Australia. 

You can also explore your transferrable skills by working in other fields, including scientific communications, marketing and data analysis. 

Applying for placements

You can apply for numerous opportunities via an open and free-to-all process. Placement providers use their own recruitment and selection procedures and the majority of students will secure their placement in this way.

Students are generally not placed by the University, however we offer support and guidance throughout the process alongside access to a vacancy portal representing thousands of placement opportunities each year. We also provide support if you wish to source your own placement.

Find out about more about the application process.

Please be aware there may be travel costs incurred when attending interviews and assessment centres at the placement provider’s premises.

Terms and conditions

When you accept an offer of a place at the University of Surrey, you are agreeing to comply with our policies and procedures, the student regulations , and our terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are provided in two stages: first when we make an offer and second when students who have accepted their offers register to study at the University. View an example of our offer terms and conditions and our registration terms and conditions (PDF) from the 2020/2021 academic year as a guide as to what to expect.

Please note: our offer terms and conditions will generally be available in the September of the calendar year prior to the year in which you begin your studies. Our registration terms and conditions will vary to take into account specifics of your course and changes for the specific academic year.

Disclaimer

This online prospectus has been prepared and published in advance of the academic year to which it applies. The University of Surrey has used its reasonable efforts to ensure that the information is accurate at the time of publishing, but changes (for example to course content or additional costs) may occur given the interval between publishing and commencement of the course. It is therefore very important to check this website for any updates before you apply for a course with us and before you accept an offer. Read more.

In particular we wish to draw your intention to the following matters affecting the academic year 2021/2022:

  • Covid-19 - In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the University has had to change the delivery (and in some cases the content) of its programmes, together with certain University services and facilities for the 2020/2021 academic year. These changes include the implementation of a hybrid teaching approach, details of which can be found here [link]. It is anticipated that these programme changes and the hybrid learning approach will be adopted throughout the academic year 2021/2022, however, given the changing nature of the pandemic, this is being kept under continuous review. Detailed information on all changes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic is available at the coronavirus course changes page. The linked pages set out information relating to general University changes and will also direct you to consider additional information relating to specific programmes.
  • Brexit - The UK is now no longer part of the EU. We are awaiting further information and instruction from the UK government and we will publish this as soon as it is provided. EU students applying for programmes in the academic year 2021/2022 and students applying for courses with placements abroad should visit our dedicated webpages for the latest information on how the UK’s departure from the EU will affect their courses.

Course location and contact details

Campus location

Stag Hill

Stag Hill is the University's main campus and where the majority of our courses are taught. 

Placement location

As part of this course you have the option to complete a Professional Training placement which would require attendance off campus, depending on where you secure your placement.

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