Careers using Laboratory, Biomedical & Sports Sciences

Build a successful career with a degree from Robert Gordon University. Our graduates go on to work in a variety of roles and find that their time spent at university has prepared them well for working life.

  • Analytical

    A variety of career options are available to you if you have a degree in laboratory sciences.

  • Biomedical

    Female biiomedical scientist

    Biomedical Scientists play an important role in the NHS in the diagnosis and treatment of illness and disease.

  • Forensic

    As a forensic scientist you will provide practical and impartial evidence to courts of law in the prosecution or defence either in civil or criminal litigation.

  • Sport

    Sports and exercise specialists may work in a range of careers, varying from promoting health and fitness within the general population to using scientific analysis to help improve sports performance.

Fact

  • "A degree from Robert Gordon is as near to a guarantee of a job as you can get. Few graduates were unemployed six months after leaving last year - just 3.8% - the lowest rate of any state-funded university in the country. It's the same every year at Robert Gordon, which has the best graduate jobs record of any university." The Sunday Times University Guide 2012

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“The course really helped me to prepare for forensics work in practice. I gained a lot of experience in scene-of-crime work, and even had the opportunity to provide evidence in a mock court room.”

Caroline Stewart Forensic Science Degree BSc (Hons) Fingerprint Development Officer, Scene Examination Branch, Scottish Police Services Authority


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