Biosciences applicants

Featured story

Welcome to the Biosciences community at Kent

Not had a chance to visit us yet? Join us for an Open Day to experience what Kent has to offer.

Open Days - what to expect

  • Meet our lecturers and current students
  • Hear more about your chosen course and modules
  • Take a campus and accommodation tour
  • Ask your questions about student support, careers and any aspect of university life.

Upcoming dates

Alternatively, you could book a guided campus tour to experience what Kent has to offer.  

Discover our Biosciences courses

Biology BSc

Professor Dan Mulvihill introduces you to our Biology BSc

Biomedical Science BSc

Dr Jill Shepherd and Nivedita talk about our Biomedical Science BSc

Biochemistry BSc

Professor Ben Goult details our Biochemistry BSc

Foundation Year

Dr Emma Hargreaves delves into our Foundation Year

Light blue image of a needle piercing a cell

Why study at Kent?

Learn more about Biosciences at Kent - from our fantastic facilities and inspirational teaching led by world-leading research, to a supportive environment with excellent careers support and student experience.   

We also offer: 

  • Summer internships
  • A curriculum that is shaped by cutting-edge research and real-world application
  • Learning in industry-standard facilities
  • Links with the Kent and Medway Medical Centre, Medway School of Pharmacy and the Kent Law School 
  • Employability skills to aid you in making the future your own! 

Hear from our students

Find out more about our range of degrees, including the chance to study abroad for a year or complete a professional placement directly from our staff and students via our YouTube channel and online chat service. 

Final-year student Timo Kuerton talks about his experiences. 

Under the microscope

It’s good to talk

If you would like to chat to one of our students, why not get in touch via Unibuddy. You can also email us with any questions you have about our courses and entry requirements. 

Students at an event
Students taking selfie on campus