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Life Sciences Course and Biomedical Engineering

Course description

This exciting course explores overarching principles of Life Sciences. It will enable you to relate principles and dimensions of life sciences directly to day-to-day applications through the use of a practical learning environment and consideration of key cases. By completing this short course you will learn how you can make a difference and or innovate solutions to improve the lives of others through an evidence-based approach.

What will you study?

You will explore the fundamental principles leading to advanced applications of ‘Life Sciences’ during this course. You will learn about a number of key dimensions of life sciences. For example, during the interactive sessions, you may explore the relationship between unicellular and multicellular organisms and appreciate the advancements in engineering/technology enabling you to practically explore the man-machine interface. Students will utilise an array of scientific/advanced technological equipment and engage in a range of interactive, practical and seminar based sessions in the discipline of Life Sciences.

Additional Information

Academic status: Practice-based (non-credit bearing)
Faculty: Health, Education and Life Sciences 

Dates:  20 July to 7 August 2020 (three weeks)
Venue: City South Campus (Seacole Building)
English language requirements: No formal qualification will be needed, although all classes will be taught in English.
Academic pre-requisites: Level 3 or equivalent
Fee: £2,200