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BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY


Ready to explore the building blocks of life? Learn from our experts and work side-by-side in labs equipped with the latest kit, as you develop the research skills you need to make an impact.


Whether you’re interested in the way the body works, how the environment changes or what it takes to develop new medicines, we have a course for you. Join us at Middlesex and make the most of top facilities, invaluable work placement opportunities and field trips across the world.


Biochemistry BSc Biochemistry is the study of the chemical processes within living organisms. You’ll explore a range of subjects including chemistry, molecular biology and immunology. After your first year, focus on cellular biochemistry, then later choose from a wide range of biochemistry options.


UCAS code C79A Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/110


Biology BSc/MSci Gain an in-depth understanding of life’s processes and interactions. Access our up-to-date research and analysis facilities. Develop practical knowledge through field trips to areas of outstanding conservation importance and evolutionary interest. You’ll also meet experts from the variety of topics covered in this course.


UCAS code BSc C11/MSci C10D Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/113


Environmental Science BSc/MSci Study the physical, chemical and biological processes that take place on Earth, as well as the social, political and cultural ideas which impact the planet. This course includes opportunities for international field work and rewarding industry placements.


UCAS code BSc F900/MSci F902 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/114


Medical Biochemistry BSc/ Clinical Biochemistry MSci Examine the core themes of biochemistry and have the chance to study specialist units like medical diagnostic techniques and pharmacology. You’ll hone your practical lab skills as you prepare for work in a variety of settings, including hospitals or private laboratories.


UCAS code BSc C74A / MSci C790 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/229


Pharmaceutical Chemistry BSc/Msci Explore topics in chemistry and biochemistry that prepare you for work in researching and developing new medicines. You’ll develop your knowledge in all aspects of pharmaceutical drug development, including target identification, lead optimisation, synthesis, clinical testing and clinical trials.


UCAS code BSc F111/MSci F11B


Entry requirements BSc 112/MSci 120 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/112


*Including subject-specific requirements. Please see website for full details.


Foundation year in Science also available – see page 133


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