This programme is recognised by the Society of Biology.
This programme is run at the Streatham Campus, Exeter
The degree programme in Biochemistry is aimed at understanding biological systems at a cellular, molecular and biochemical levels. After a broad first year, this degree focuses on cellular biochemistry providing specialist modules aimed at understanding key topics at the frontiers of cell biology. As you progress through years two and three, a wide choice of biochemistry module options is available, including Metabolism, Molecular Biology of the Gene, Cell Cycle and Cancer, and Cellular Basis of Immunity.
Our Biochemistry degree leads to career opportuniteis in biotechnological, pharmaceutical and other industries, as well as many further study options, including PhD/MSc/MRes programmes.
This programme is also available as a four-year degree with the third year spent studying at a partner university abroad, or on an industrial placement.
Why study Biochemistry at Exeter?
- experience teaching graded nationally as 'Excellent' with staff who are research leaders
- work in state-of-the-art learning facilities
- take the opportunity to study abroad
- acquire key transferable skills and knowledge
- carry out challenging independent research
- undertake a year long industrial placement
- graduate with outstanding employment prospects
Download the Biosciences brochure (pdf) for Undergraduate study.