This four year course, which includes an extensive research project either within the School or in industry, spans the entire scale of biological systems offering broad exposure to cutting edge research in molecular, cellular and whole organism biology. It covers applications of science to major global challenges such as the environment, food security and human health. **Why study with us?** - As a research-led, top 10 UK University your teaching will be cutting-edge and the wide range of modules will allow you to direct your degree according to your preferences and career ambitions - Our well-established programme of taught tutorials offers you excellent academic and personal support - There is an extensive practical laboratory element with this degree and excellent IT and teaching facilities to aid your learning - All our degrees are accredited by the RSB, demonstrating a solid academic foundation in biological knowledge and key skills, and preparation to address the needs of employers - We are ranked 5th in the UK for Bioscience in the Guardian University League Tables 2018. **Skills and experience gained** Core knowledge and skills are integrated throughout the curriculum to develop your communication, organisation, problem solving and analysis skills; all highly valued by graduate employers. Your extended research project will not only give you research skills but will also develop transferable skills such as project management. **After the course** This degree is an excellent Masters level qualification for securing your future career in a diverse range of industries and employment sectors. While with us you will get tailored careers guidance via a wide range of activities to fully develop your potential. The University of Warwick is the most targeted University by the UK’s top 100 graduate employers (High Fliers 2017) and The Government’s June 2017 Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) shows that Warwick's Life Sciences graduates are ranked in the top 10 in the UK for high earnings five years after their graduation.