Explore brighter ways to practice with Faculty of Medical Science.
We offer exciting opportunities for education in professional practice, applied science and public health, with a range of undergraduate BSc degree programmes.
Pharmaceutical Science, Medical Science and Applied Nutritional Science are growing fields in healthcare, and graduates are in high demand. You’ll benefit from practical experience in our multi-functional SuperLabs Complex.
Look at the major factors which affect the wellbeing of populations. When you graduate, you’ll be able to work in a wide range of fields relating to public health.
Learn how to use specialist equipment to diagnose and treat problems relating to patients’ circulatory or respiratory systems, as well as problems which can cause difficulties sleeping. On graduation, you could work in a hospital or in the community.
Develop the confidence, attitudes and skills you need to work as an Operating Department Practitioner (ODP). We'll prepare you to work in anaesthetic, surgical roles and within post anaesthetic care units.
Gain the theoretical and practical knowledge you need to register as a Paramedic. Over the three years of the course you'll be offered a placement with either the East of England Ambulance Service or the London Ambulance Service.
Open up your career opportunities with one of our foundation courses. These run over four years and provide you with a grounding in basic scientific principles to progress to Applied Nutritional Science, Medical Science or Pharmaceutical Science BSc courses.
Based on our riverside campus in Chelmsford and town center location in Cambridge, we deliver a range of undergraduate degrees. Discover them here.
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Healthcare Science Online Taster
Explore respiratory and cardiac physiology with our online taster. Find out what it's like to be a university student and how hospital placements work.Start the three-part taster