Top 10 UK universities for Biological Sciences 2019

Biological Sciences Top 10

The best universities for studying Biological Sciences in the UK.

Top 10 UK Universities for Biological Sciences 2019

The study of Biological Sciences examines the science of life through biological research. Students will cover the basics and broad concepts of Biological Science during their first year, before focussing on a number of different disciplines in the second and third years. These can include areas such as cell biology, physiology and biomedicine.

Upon completion of a Biological Science degree, students can move into areas in research, health and environmental assessment.

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Top 10 UK universities for Biological Sciences

Rank University Location
1 University of Cambridge Cambridge, England
2 University of Oxford Oxford, England
3 University of Portsmouth Portsmouth, England
4 Lancaster University Lancaster, England
5 University of Warwick Coventry, England
6 University of St Andrews St Andrews, Scotland
7 Ulster University Ulster, Northern Ireland
8 Imperial College London London, England
9 University of Surrey Guildford, England
10 University of Birmingham Birmingham, England

Source: 2020 Guardian University Guide rankings

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