Gain insights into the intricate, elegant workings of the building blocks of life in Biochemistry at Royal Holloway, University of London. The programme is informed by world-class research in advanced animal, plant and molecular science, and supported by a recent £16 million investment in state-of-the-art equipment including bioinformatics, mass spectrometry and protein and gene sequencing technology. This highly flexible programme lets you tailor courses to suit your individual interests in years 2 and 3, letting you specialise in subjects from Pharmacology and Toxicology to Molecular Genetics, Neuroscience to Embryology and Endocrinology. You’ll gain invaluable laboratory experience from year 1 onwards, and in year 3 you’ll take part in our renowned research culture as you complete your research projects. The School of Biological Sciences was ranked 25th in the UK for influential research output by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, and our high student-to-staff ratio maximises contact time with our internationally respected and enthusiastic academics. Royal Holloway Biochemistry students are a short journey from sites of national scientific importance including Windsor Great Park and Box Hill, while our on-site glasshouses, marine and freshwater aquaria and plant and animal cell culture facilities provide ample opportunity for rewarding independent study. The skills and experience you’ll gain studying Biochemistry will make you an attractive prospect to employers. A combination of laboratory experience, groundbreaking research and a wide range of additional skills and competencies have helped our graduates find work in fields from forensic medicine to biotechnology. Pursue your passion for the fascinating principles of biochemistry and graduate with the skills and qualifications you need to find success in your chosen field. Gain invaluable transferable career skills including practical laboratory experience, data handling and time management skills. Take part in world-class research led by renowned academics, with 76% of our Biological Sciences research ranked world-leading and internationally excellent. Join a close-knit and supportive learning community with a high staff-to-student ratio. Graduate with a Royal Society of Biology accredited degree.