Smaller class sizes, state-of-the-art laboratories and specialised equipment for fieldwork create an environment designed to help you to succeed.
Choose the perfect undergraduate Biological and Forensic Science course for you.
Study a programme which combines a foundation year with a Biological Science degree over four years.
Our Biology BSc seeks solutions to the many challenges that shape our world, from molecular levels to whole organisms.
Our course adopts a practical approach to learning with laboratories equipped with the latest technologies, allowing you to get hands-on with the topics that interest you.
Zoology is the study of the structure, physiology, and behaviour of animals. Our BSc explores the wonders of the animal kingdom and the natural world.
The mechanics of life: discover the molecular machinery that lies at the heart of the cell and drives all living organisms in our Biochemistry BSc.
Study forensic science alongside the biology that underpins it, enhancing your understanding and employability.
Worcester is a beautiful, safe, university city within easy reach of Birmingham. It's a great place to pursue your passion and achieve your potential.
Read the stories of some of our recent students
Becky Jenny's has already begun her dream career, and graduated with a degree in Forensic and Applied Biology.
Dr Alice Mockford, whose PhD looked at using insects as a natural means to regulate pests in Spanish orange orchards, graduated in 2022.
A student from Uganda has graduated from the University with a PhD in Plant Biology, after completing four years of research looking at the effect certain fungal spores can have on human health and agriculture.
Laura Owen is graduating with a BSc in Forensic and Applied Biology.
Mia Radinovic, a Human Biology student, who has been recognised for her final year’s work, has graduated.
Abigail Dutton is graduating with a First Class Honours Masters in Biology following four years of study.
Poppy Conway-Thomas, who is continuing her studies with a view to becoming a clinical scientist, has graduated with a BSc in Biological Sciences (Biochemistry).
Read some recent blog posts by Worcester academics
Dr Kate Ashbrook and Dr Chris Brown teach us about the fascinating biology of eggs.
Dr Amy Cherry is a Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry. In this academic blog, she explores how proteins perform a diverse range of roles within our cells.
Kate Unwin Course Leader and Principle Lecturer in Forensic and Applied Biology BSc and Forensic Biologist talks us through the 'CSI effect' occurring in court rooms.
Dr Beverley Adams-Groom explains why we get hay fever and what we can do to monitor pollen.
Dr Mike Wheeler - Head of Biological Sciences and Principle Lecturer in Biology examines the positive impact nature has upon our mental health.
Find out about the diverse research activities within the School of Science and the Environment
Visiting us and attending our events is the best way to get a feel for student life at the University of Worcester. Explore the campus, meet our lecturers and talk to current students both in person and online.
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