Others have gone on to train as police officers, environmental engineers, or to work in biomedical sales - one of our graduates works as a TV presenter!
Many train as teachers in secondary and primary schools and a number have specialised in teaching overseas. About a third of our graduates use their Biology degree as a rewarding and valuable stepping stone to other diverse careers, ranging from banking and management to flying aeroplanes.
To find out more about the careers our graduates develop, please review the latest DLHE (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education) statistics for School of Biology graduates.
Alumni of the School of Biology are encouraged to get in touch.
The University's Careers Service will work with you from day one to weigh up all your options, assess the best one for you and the best way to get there. We provide an award winning service for our students - one of the largest and best resourced career services in the UK, that enjoys a great reputation locally and nationally.
Our latest initiative, ncl+, ensures that every student has the opportunity to gain valuable transferable skills, boosting your employability, and enhancing your degree.