Biochemistry with Industrial ExperienceUniversity of Exeter
Biochemistry with Industrial Experience
The degree programme in Biochemistry focuses on understanding the biochemical control of biological processes, particularly in the cell, and the tools for investigating these mechanisms. After a broad first year, this degree focuses on cellular biochemistry providing specialist modules aimed at understanding key topics at the frontiers of cell biology. As you progress through years two and three, a wide choice of biochemistry module options is available.
This programme includes a paid year in industry between the second and final years. We find that our students gain valuable experience from working in industry: not only first-hand knowledge, but improving personal and transferable skills, making new contacts and enhancing employability – our industrial placement degrees develop experienced graduates and the placement companies often offer employment after graduation.
Our Biochemistry degree leads to career opportunities in biotechnological, pharmaceutical and other industries, as well as many further study options, including PhD/MSc/MRes programmes.
Why study Biochemistry at Exeter?
•experience teaching graded nationally as 'Excellent' with staff who are research leaders
•work in state-of-the-art learning facilities
•acquire key transferable skills and knowledge
•carry out challenging independent research
•undertake a year long industrial placement
•graduate with outstanding employment prospects
The University welcomes applications from appropriately qualified students offering a wide range of qualifications, including GCE A levels, IB, BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma, and Cambridge Pre-U Diploma.
Individual programs will require difference grades, contact the university for more details.
You should consult our general and subject-specific entry requirements information for A levels and the International Baccalaureate but the University also recognises a wide range of international qualifications.
To get the most out of your time at the University of Exeter you will need to have strong English language skills.
Accepted English language tests
- IELTS (International English Language Testing System – academic version)
- TOEFL IBT
- Pearson Test of English Academic
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