Biomedical Sciences at Oxford includes genetics, physiology, molecular and cellular biology, psychology, neuroscience, and so much more, as part of a broad and flexible programme.
Here are some general resources related to Biomedical Sciences.
Overview 🔗 🌟 A good overview of the course with an outline of its structure, entry requirements, and more. There is an option to graduate after three years with a BA degree, or continue on for a fourth-year research project and graduate with a Master’s degree.
Course Video 🔗 🌟 Listen to the perspectives of tutors and students on Biomedical Sciences.
Alternative Prospectus 🔗 An overview written by students on the Biomedical Sciences course.
Oxford Demystified: Biomedical Sciences 🔗 On this StudentRoom thread, members of the Oxford University Biomedical Sciences Society committee answer some key questions about the course and provide some useful advice about applying to study Biomedical sciences.
Q&A with a Biomedical sciences student 🔗 🌟 In this video, St Edmund’s Hall student Ailsa answers questions on applying to Biomedical Sciences at Oxford.
Biomedical sciences student YouTube channel 🔗 Atuosa is currently studying medicine but did an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle, and she has many videos discussing and explaining what Biomedical Sciences is as a subject.
Reading List 🔗 🌟 This list should provide some ideas for wider reading. Use it to develop your interests within the subject, and engage with the types of material you will come across at university.
Mock interview 🔗 🌟 This mock interview was conducted by tutors at St John's College with a first-year student, and they also explain what they're looking for in an interview.
Interview experience video 🔗 A biomedical sciences interview experience told through the format of whiteboard art!
InsideUni Biomedical Sciences interview experiences 🔗 🌟 Current students talk about their interview experience, as well as sharing some tips. We’re biased, but we think they’re useful!