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The BSc Hons Biomedical Science degree is Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS).
The course focuses on key areas that align closely with Biomedical Science (BMS) professions in the NHS. It explores human disease, diagnosis and treatment at a molecular level and includes:
Small group discussions led by student guiders
CLC G.03,Clerici Building, Headington Campus
THURSDAY 20 SEPTEMBER
10.00 - 11.00
11.30 - 12.30
14.00 - 16.00
To be notified at subject meeting
FRIDAY 21 SEPTEMBER
11.30 - 13.30
SNC 2.01, Sinclair Building, Headington Campus
The new timetable for the academic year 2018-2019 is being finalised. It is anticipated that attendance will be for a full timetable across the weekdays. We have included here the module flowchart for the BSc Biomedical Science. The course is taught by lectures and practicals. Lectures are in three hour slots, once a week for each module (going across both semesters for a double module). Practicals are only in certain weeks of the semester. Below is an example of how the modules have run previously in a first year semester.
The Biomedical Labroatory Placement module U14665 is an optional, one year 'sandwich' module which can be taken after the second year. This module supports students undertaking up to one year of work experience in a laboratory, such as a research, developmental or hospital laboratory. Students will have the chance to gain insight into various aspects of work within a laboratory and develop new practical laboratory skills. You will come to appreciate the long term goals and day-to-day life within a laboratory and, by working with professionals, to apply your current learning and skills to the development of your own abilities and, potentially, to contribute to the work of the hosting laboratory. A placement experience can give you the opportunity to learn about wider career paths, to expand or crystallise your own developing aspirations, and give you the tools to a successful career. The placement is particularly useful for students who are aiming for registration as a biomedical scientist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), as they may be able to gain experience in an Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS)-accredited hospital training laboratory, and gather evidence that can support their IBMS Certificate of Competence Registration Portfolio. Completion of this Portfolio, along with a BSc Honours degree in Biomedical Science from Oxford Brookes will enable you to apply for HCPC registration at graduation. This module also includes a series of compulsory seminars during the two years prior to the placement year, which will help you think about whether a placement is right for you, and if so, how you can search and apply for a placement. We will also explain how you will be supported during your placement and what the assessments are for the module. There will also be key seminars explaining the path to registration with the IBMS as a biomedical scientist and the structure of the IBMS Portfolio.
Graduates from this degree are recognised as eligible for employment in an IBMS training lab - with a view to state registration as a BMS with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Can lead you to career paths such as MSc and MRes degrees, PhD research, school teaching, further education teaching, pharmaceutical scientist, business development, physicians assistant, science illustrator, medical technologist, dentistry, veterinarian, medicine, optician, podiatry, pharmacy, epidemiology, public health, genetics counsellor, cardiologist, audiologist, community college teaching, clinical trials coordinator, science writer, market researcher, science policy analyst, quality control, sales, patent or medical law, bioinformatics, lobbyist, book editor, research council administration, volunteering, inventor.