ID offerCMUU5
UniversityCardiff Metropolitan University
EU Subject SubCode13.4
Title of the course/domaine/keywordBSc Biomedical Science
Explanatory textThe BSc Hons Biomedical Science programmes are designed to enable you to develop integrate and apply scientific knowledge understanding and skills in the multidisciplinary investigation of human disease and disorder. During the first year all students will follow a common programme of study. However the BSc Hons Applied Biomedical Science sandwich programme offers you the additional opportunity to undertake a 12month intercalated work based placement in an accredited NHS clinical laboratory to gain professional competence. Please note the BSc Hons Biomedical Science programme does not offer the work placement opportunity however there is flexibility to transfer onto the BSc Hons Applied Biomedical Science pathway dependant on places after successful completion of year one. Graduates from the BSc Hons Applied Biomedical Science programme who successfully complete their work placement and are awarded the Competence Certificate may be eligible to apply directly to the Health Professions Council HPC to register as a qualified
Max number of scholarships2
Maximum Duration (months)10
Earliest start dateSeptember 14, 2015
Latest end dateJuly 14, 2016
Contact NameNatasha Bahadur
Possibility to learn the national languageNO
Language RequirementsIELTS 6.0 with a minimum 5.5 in each component or equivalent
Academic RequirementsApplicants who wish to undertake this course without the foundation should have five GCSEs or equivalent to include GCSE English Language Mathematics and Science or equivalent as well as one of the following UCAS Tariff 260 points from at least 2 A levels to include a grades CC in Biology and Chemistry or 280 points from at least 2 A levels to include a grade C in Biology and an equivalent Science where AS Chemistry has been taken and achieved a grade C. Physics. Psychology. IT. Maths. Food Technology. Environmental Science or Geography cardiffmet Foundation leading to BSc Health Sciences BTEC National Certificate or Diploma 260 points within a Applied Sciences 260 points from Highers within the Irish Leaving Certificate to include Biology and Chemistry. Higher Level subjects considered only with a minimum grade C2. Pass Access Course with 45 credits at Level 3 within a Science subject Qualifications equivalent to the above
Additional informationExchange Mobility. Possibility to learn national language in non applicable as course taught in English and scholars are required to have prior knowledge of the language. Please see Language Requirements for more details.
Pre-filled learning agreement/List of coursesNO