2 years full-time or up to 4 years part-time
Full-time course fee is £8490 p.a. and part-time course fee is £4250 p.a.
King's Lynn Campus
64 UCAS tariff points
This Foundation degree course is for people looking to work in the science industry or wanting to progress to a teaching or lecturing career. Similar to all higher level courses at the college, the Foundation degree is module based.
It aims to support students to acquire and demonstrate core knowledge and understanding of the scientific disciplines of bioscience and to acquire and apply skills such as analysis, synthesis, evaluation and application in the context of bioscience.
You will learn through practical examples, demonstrations and active practice in workshop situations, classes, laboratory experimentation, work placements and fieldwork. Work placement experiences can either be with a student's existing employer or with an organisation participating in the programme.
Other skills such as English, maths and IT are developed throughout the course, for example the Biomeasurement module develops maths and IT skills. This course follows the core modules of the BSc Hons Bioscience degree to which students can progress.
|Foundation of Cell Biology||0||TBC|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology||0||TBC|
|Diagnostic Techniques in Pathology||0||TBC|
|Labratory Techniques for Biomedical Sciences||0||TBC|
|Preparation for Research in the Pathology||0||TBC|
|Principles of Genetic Preparation||0||TBC|
- All applicants must have GCSE English, maths and Science at 4 (Grade C) or above (or equivalent).
- 64 UCAS tariff points from a minimum of 2 A-levels or equivalent level 3 qualification, e.g. Extended Diploma (MPP) or successful completion of Access to Science and Nursing course.
- Mature students without the above are considered depending on relevant experience and aptitude.
- An interview will be required.
International (EEA) applicants:
International applicants from the European Economic Area (EEA) may be asked to complete IELTS and achieve a level 7 if there are significant doubts about an applicant's level to communicate. A NARIC statement of comparability will be required to translate grades into their UK equivalents.