Why the World Needs More Medical Researchers
01 Sep 21
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Categories: Medical Biology, Undergradute
We are delighted to announce that our Medical Biology courses (three-year and foundation/four-year), have received accreditation from the Royal Society of Biology. This prestigious acknowledgement is not distributed widely, so we’re incredibly proud to be able to offer this to students interested in studying biology.
The Degree Accreditation Programme at the Royal Society of Biology
The Royal Society of Biology (RSB) supports and recognises the advancement of education and skills in biosciences, not only throughout the UK but the rest of the world. Their stamp of approval on our Medical Biology courses means that our degrees have met several stringent requirements and that our students are equipped with well-rounded skills and knowledge sets, making them highly employable within the field of medical biology.
For those who are unaware, the Royal Society of Biology is a prestigious and well-respected learned society and professional association that was founded in 2009. The purpose of the RSB is to advance the interests of biology in research, education, industry, and academia.
How Does Medical Biology Accreditation Benefit You?
You may be thinking that it is all well and good that our university has achieved such an important stamp of approval, but does this mean anything for you - the student? Well, the good news is that this accreditation from the Royal Society of Biology offers several key advantages for students.
For example, when you graduate from a course that has been accredited, your employability prospects are a lot higher. This is because employers know that the course the student has completed was well-rounded and provided them with all the required skills and knowledge for a variety of roles.
This will mean that you are an attractive prospect when it comes to what can be a highly competitive job market. This includes internationally too, as RSB accreditation is recognised and respected around the world. Studying for an RSB accredited degree could allow you to travel the world and work in many different settings, which could prove an exciting career option.
In addition to this, you will receive free membership to the Royal Society of Biology when you graduate. There are many perks associated with this. You will receive access to their Continuing Professional Development scheme and their award-winning members’ magazine, The Biologist. You will also be able to apply for exclusive member awards and grants, receive invitations to numerous events, enjoy discounted training courses, receive informative newsletters on biosciences, and much, much more.
You may be thinking that you have left it too late this year to apply for a place on one of our courses, but this is not the case. At this time of year, Clearing provides a great solution for you to start this September.
Clearing will match you to places at university that are yet to be fulfilled. At the University of Bolton, we are happy to accept late applicants and we have a dedicated Clearing page on our website if this is something you are interested in.
Contact Us Today for More Information About Medical Biology Clearing
Why not come and experience #UniAsItShouldBe with an RSB accredited Medical Biology course at the University of Bolton?
If you would like to find out more about the spaces that we have available, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly and experienced team today. You can reach us on 01204 896 978 for more information.
Alternatively, you can send an email to our dedicated clearing team at Clearing@bolton.ac.uk. They will be happy to answer any questions that you may have about the university Clearing process.
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