Successful students will be qualified to progress into an appropriate BSc Honours programme. The course combines biomedical science and physiology undergraduate modules with work-based learning modules.
You will study modules containing human anatomy and physiology, chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology and disease investigation. However, you will start the course with a study skills module to prepare you for online learning and a range of general course requirements. The course also contains a substantial element of work-based learning aligned to your professional responsibilities in your employing laboratories. Your course work will be assessed online, but you will need to attend University for formal examinations.
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You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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Students must normally have completed a full Level 3 qualification in line with the University of Westminster’s admissions regulations:
Equivalent qualifications and relevant professional experience will also be considered.
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