SQA Higher: BBCC including Biology/Human Biology, plus one other science such as Environmental Science/Physics/Chemistry. English, Maths and Chemistry, are required at National 5 level Grade B if not held at Higher.
GCE A Level: CCC to include Biology plus one other science such as Environmental Science/Physics/Chemistry. English, Maths and Chemistry, are required at GCSE Grade B or above if not held at A Level.
Irish Leaving Certificate Higher: H3H3H3H3 to include Biology plus one other science. Chemistry, English and Maths are required at Ordinary Level Grade B or above if not held at Higher.
IB Diploma: 26 to include Higher Level in Biology at Grade 5 and one further science. Standard Level English and Maths and is required at Grade 4 if not held at Higher Level.
You will find Bioscientists working all over the world in a diverse range of settings including research and development laboratories (for example microbiology, marine science and immunology), biotechnology companies, classrooms, sales representatives and the food and drink industry.
IS APPLIED BIOSCIENCE A GOOD CAREER CHOICE?
On completion of the course you will have a wide-range of career options in the field of biosciences. Many of our graduates find employment within private or public sector research. This could be within university, government, NHS, commercial or charity-funded laboratories.
Previous BSc Applied Bioscience graduates of Robert Gordon University have also gone on to pursue the following careers:
Secondary school teaching.
You may also decide to continue your studies and specialise with a Master’s degree, or develop your research skills with a PhD.
OSHC: 624GBP/ per year