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Top Bachelor Degrees in Biomedical Science in Europe 2019/2020

A bachelor is an academic degree program that helps prepare students for a future career or to continue their education. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in about three to five years depending on student achievement as well as the requirements of each specific degree program.

Biomedicine, also known as medical biology, is just one of the many branches of medical science to choose from. Students studying biomedicine may learn about biology and physiology, focusing on important mechanisms of the body.

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Bachelor in Biomedical Science in Europe

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Bachelor in Biomedical Sciences

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full-time 3 years September 2020 Netherlands Amsterdam

If you want to explore the very essence of human beings, to understand the biology of the healthy human body and the onset of disease, then Biomedical Sciences is the programme for you. You will learn about human biology, and how to apply this knowledge in scientific research to medical issues surrounding health and disease. There are still so many diseases and conditions for which we have no solutions. So it is all the more important for us to expand our knowledge of how exactly our body works. Accordingly, you will study this at every level, from molecules to human populations.

BMedSc in Biomedical Materials Science

University of Birmingham - College of Medical and Dental Sciences
Campus Full-time 3 years Request Info United Kingdom Birmingham

This degree offers you the opportunity to gain a comprehensive background in the medical science and engineering of materials for repairing or replacing damaged, diseased or missing tissues in the human body.