About the course
The undergraduate course in Biomedical Sciences is a broad and flexible programme, ranging from genetics and molecular and cellular biology to integrated systems physiology, neuroscience and psychology. Students can elect to graduate after three years with a B.A. degree, which depending on the options chosen in the second and third years is either in Cell and Systems Biology, or in Neuroscience. The research-intensive fourth year leads to the award of a Master's degree (MBiomedSci).
Information on the admissions process, including open days, introductory reading, selection criteria, and interviews.
I did better than expected in my A-levels. Does Oxford University take part in the clearing and adjustment process?
Can I apply for deferred entry to Biomedical Sciences?
Can I start at Oxford before my 18th birthday?
Can I transfer in from another university?
English is not my first language. Is there any language requirement for entry?
Medical Sciences Teaching Centre
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PL