Laboratory, Biomedical & Sports Sciences: Track Record

All the qualifications you can study at RGU in Laboratory, Biomedical and Sports Sciences are highly respected and offer good career prospects.

Student on exercise bikeStudying for a qualification in Laboratory, Biomedical or Sports Sciences provides students with a good grounding in analytical science in preparation for industry, as well as enabling graduates to follow a number of specialist career paths.

Applied Biomedical Science

Graduates can apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council as a biomedical scientist.

Forensic Science

The Forensic Science BSc was the first course of its kind in Scotland to have been
accredited by the Forensic Science Society, the profession’s UK body.

Sports and Exercise Science

Students benefit from a placement module which facilitates networking and
emphasises how theory translates into practice. The course is accredited by the International Society for the Advancement of Kinanthropometry (ISAK) which allows graduates to be professional body composition analysts at level I standard.

“It was important that my degree wasn't just academic, it needed to be applied and relevant to the workplace. I undertook a six week project in my Honours year and benefited hugely, as it gave me a real insight into the working world.”

Stephen Milroy Bioscience with Biomedical Sciences BSc (Hons)

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    RGU has been awarded a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), placing it in the top 20% of the best universities in the UK for the quality of its undergraduate teaching and learning.  

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