Biomedical scientists are experts in human biological function who find new ways to cure and treat disease by developing new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. Scientists can be involved in pure research or support healthcare professionals in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Underpinned by the work of pioneering researchers, specialist equipment and our enduring partnerships with public and private healthcare organisations, our Biomedical Science Degree Apprenticeship is an ideal grounding for those looking to move into biomedical research or practice. Successful apprentices will achieve the University of Brighton’s Biomedical Science BSc as well as the Healthcare Science Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship, and will be eligible to apply for Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration.
With world leading research and increased government investment, bioscience is a UK success story. The University of Brighton’s Applied Biomedical Science Degree Apprenticeship is an opportunity for employers of all sizes to develop biomedical expertise within their organisations and create future success in this growing sector.
Candidates have to be employed in an NHS pathology department before applying for this apprenticeship.
Find out more about the Applied Biomedical Science BSc.