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Bachelor in Cell and Molecular Biology in Glasgow Caledonian University

Bachelor in Cell and Molecular Biology in Glasgow Caledonian University

Bachelor in Cell and Molecular Biology in Glasgow Caledonian University

Bachelor in Cell and Molecular Biology in Glasgow Caledonian University. Glasgow Caledonian University (GC U) is a public university in Glasgow, Scotland. It was first founded in 1875 under the name of The Queen’s College. GCU was formally instituted in 1993 and becomes one of Scotland’s largest universities with more than 18,000 students.

GCU is regularly ranked among the UK’s top 10 modern universities and is widely regarded as one of the UK’s most dynamic and innovative universities. In 2013, the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency ranked Caledonian as Scotland’s 2nd best university in terms of employability among graduates and 11th best in the UK. Also that year, the University was ranked 2nd in the UK for international student satisfaction.

The School of Health and Life Sciences of GCU is one of Scotland’s largest research and teaching centres in health care and life sciences. One of the programs offered by the School is B.Sc in Cell and Molecular Biology. In this program, students will learn how human cells function in health & disease. A greater understanding of the underlying processes in diseases such as cancer could lead to the development of more accurate diagnostic methods and new drug therapies or cures. The growing biotechnology industry in Scotland has led to predictions of a rise in employment in this sector and excellent career prospects for graduates.

The foundation levels of the programme include physiology, microbiology, biochemistry and genetics. In Year 3 and 4, cellular communication, drug action and molecular medicine are studied in depth. Students engage in high levels of practical scientific work, improving their laboratory skills. A five-day practical molecular biology workshop brings together theory and practice. Graduates go on to careers in research and development, for example in research institutes or in industries such as pharmaceuticals and biotech.

International students are required to have an IELTS score of 6.0 with no element below 5.5. If they do not meet the English or academic requirements, students may be eligible for the INTO GCU International Certificate programme to enhance their English skill. International students will have to join an orientation week which is specifically designed to assist new international students in settling into the UK and the university prior to the start of general student induction and teaching. There will be fun and informative activities taking place during this period, including campus and city tours, as well as welcoming events where students can meet other international students.

If you are interested in the program, visit the Glasgow Caledonian University website for more information. For assistance in registering and arranging your plan to study abroad, please contact the nearest SUN Education Offices.

 

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