What our new accreditation means for you
The Biosciences teaching team is delighted to announce that our BSc and BSc with Integrated foundation year degrees for Ecology and Conservation, Biological Sciences and Biomedical Science are now accredited by the Royal Society of Biology (RSB).
All graduating students will graduate with an accredited degree and this includes our current final year students. As a graduate you will be entitled to a range of benefits, such as one-year free membership to the RSB. This membership will open up networks for you when applying for jobs.
But that’s not all. Here are some of the other benefits
- Monthly newsletter and updates
- Professional recognition
- Enhance your CV
- Events, talks and regional activities
- Discounted training courses
- Access to grants
- Professional networking opportunities
- The Biologist magazine
The accreditation acknowledges bioscience degrees meet a defined set of criteria. In collaboration with experts from industry and universities the RSB assesses bioscience degrees to make sure you gain appropriate knowledge and skills to address the needs of future employers.
The RSB is a globally recognised society with more than 150,000 members that advises the government, influences policy, and advances education and professional development.