For enrolment in 2017, a new flexible degree structure is being developed with a number of in-course progression routes.

Two students and an academc in a biomed lab class.

All students will study years one and two, before progressing onto pathways including:

  • year three Biomedical Science
  • year three Clinical Science (for students interested in medicine)
  • years three and four of MSci Biomedical Science
  • years three and four of MPAS (Master's of Physician Associate Studies)*

*This pathway will not be available for 2017 entry; when the first anticipated intake date is known, it will be published on the course pages.

This course is still under development and is subject to change as well as revalidation. Further information will be updated here when it is available. It is anticipated that more detail will be available in June 2016.

What does subject to revalidation mean?

New programmes or changes to existing programmes, undergo a process of scrutiny (referred to as validation or revalidation) to ensure that these programmes meet the high standards required by St George’s, University of London. Validation is the culmination of a course development process during which elements of the programme might change.

The outcome of the validation process will be known in September 2016.



Last Updated: Friday, 18 March 2016 15:12

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