Telling people I study Human Biology is usually accompanied with a scrunched up nose and a comment of ‘wow that’s brave’ or ‘have you cut up a heart yet’. Little do they know it’s a bit more interesting than people may think. Here’s a day in my life so you can see for yourself!
How did I choose to go to University?
University is something I’ve always wanted to do, there was no sudden epiphany or realization, I wanted to go to university so I worked hard for it and managed to achieve it.
A week in the life of the Forensic and Applied Biology students at the University of Worcester
Forensic and Applied Biology lecturers share some insights into what their students are up to.
Tough Choices and Big Decisions – how I chose to study Biology
When it came to choosing a university, it went quickly from being extremely stressful, to finding the perfect course for me at Worcester. I am studying Biology, but this wasn’t always the path I was heading down…
Practical in the Dark
Cell Biology is where the majority of my practical’s take place, it is a compulsory module which all biology students take, whatever their focus is. In summary it is a recap of biology you may of study before, with certain aspects being looked at in more detail.