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Contents A member of Our UK campuses the prestigious have won Russell Group 20 Green and founding member Flag Awards Contents of the global Welcome 4 Universitas Our courses 5 21 network Life in Malaysia 14 World-class research 16 How will I study? 18 Careers and employability 20 Gain How do I apply? 22 substantial Experience it 23 laboratory experience from your first year Flexibility Contribute to swap from to real research the BSc to during your MSci routes* final-year project *Students can swap from BSc to MSci until the third year, provided they meet the academic attainment required. Pursue a Tailor Join a global variety of your community career paths studies of over 45,500 students, after studying at a university that is highly with our wide from more than 150 countries 2 regarded by employers range of optional 3 modules
Welcome Our courses Where could Our courses life sciences take you? Degree title UCAS code Duration A levels IB Single honours BSc Biology C100 3 years AAB 34 MSci Biology C101 4 years AAB 34 Welcome to the School of Life Our academics are experts in different areas BSc Genetics C400 3 years AAB 34 of the life sciences and bring their research Sciences. We invite inquisitive expertise to their teaching. In the latest MSci Genetics C401 4 years AAB 34 minds to join us and discover the Research Excellence Framework (2014) results, 95% of the school’s research was deemed BSc Tropical Biology C190 3 years AAB 34 science behind life. to be of international quality. BSc Zoology C300 3 years AAB 34 Students at Nottingham are encouraged to We hope that you find the information about our MSci Zoology C301 4 years AAB 34 investigate problems and find solutions to courses helpful, and look forward to welcoming real-life issues affecting people, animals and you in the future as you join our school. the environment. BSc or MSci? English language requirements Professor James McInerney While the BSc degree lasts for three years, the IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element). The School of Life Sciences is home to our Head of School MSci degree is a four-year course designed to For details of other English language tests and biology, genetics, tropical biology and zoology provide appropriate training for a future career qualifications we accept, please see courses. Our school is a combination of in scientific research, either in industry or in an nottingham.ac.uk/go/alternativerequirements biologists and biomedical scientists, and we academic environment. believe in both excellence in education and Academic English preparation research-led teaching. Foundation courses If you require additional support to take your Applicants who are not eligible for direct language skills to the required level, you may entry to undergraduate study may be able to be able to attend a presessional course at the apply for a foundation course. Find out more Centre for English Language Education, which is at nottingham.ac.uk/foundationcourses accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English in the UK. Students who successfully complete the presessional course to the required level can progress onto their chosen degree course without retaking IELTS or equivalent. Find out more at nottingham.ac.uk/cele 4 nottingham.ac.uk/life-sciences nottingham.ac.uk/life-sciences 5
Our courses BSc | MSci Biology Typical modules Year one Year two Year three Year four (MSci only) Providing a comprehensive, Another element is the evolutionary origins Core Core Core Core and ecological consequences of biodiversity, Core Skills in Higher Skills in the Research Project Research modern treatment of microbial, something you might explore in the wild on one Biology Biological Sciences Science and Society Presentation Skills plant and animal (including of our field courses. Genes, Molecules The Genome and Research Project Optional human) biology, these degrees Transferable skills include researching primary and Cells Human Disease Advanced Optional Life on Earth emphasise many of the scientific literature and writing according to the Optional Developmental Advanced rules of scientific convention. This is put into specialisms strengthening the practice with you writing an extended essay Optional Animal Behaviour and Physiology Biology Experimental Design and Analysis Evolution, Ecology Ageing, Sex and impact that biology has on on a topic of your choosing. and Behaviour Bacterial Genes and DNA Repair Cutting-Edge society today. Year three Fundamentals of Development Biological Research Neuroscience Behavioural Ecology Challenges Technologies and The main theme of the third year is diversity, Year one and, in addition to a core module in science Human Physiology Field Course in the Tropics Ideas in Molecular Biodiversity Field Biological Biology In the first year, you will find out more about the and society, you will be able to choose from a biology of animals, plants and microbes, as well Course Photography Process and wide range of advanced modules to enhance as the biochemical, evolutionary and genetic Biological and Imaging 2 Practice in Science your learning. processes that underlie their biology. Photography and Cancer Biology Your learning in previous years culminates Imaging 1 Conservation You have the opportunity to learn about the in a major practical research project, which Building Brains Conservation workings of the human body, the ways that living allows you to carry out your own biological processes in all organisms are regulated by the Developmental Genetics investigation in an area that interests you, genome, and the role that animals and plants Biology Evolution and either in the laboratory or the field. play in their environment. Ecology Behaviour The experimental approach forms a key Year four (MSci only) Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary The emphasis of the fourth year is on a year-long of Animals Ecology component of the year, with modules teaching masters-level research project. You will work From Genotype to Gene Regulation practical skills and the principles of experimental alongside expert researchers in a field you find Phenotype and Back Human Variation design and analysis. interesting, with access to enhanced research Infection and Molecular Year two facilities. The fourth year is a great introduction Immunity and Cellular to what postgraduate study is like. Microbial Neuroscience A major theme of the second year is health and disease in humans, animals and plants. You will Biotechnology Molecular Several advanced optional modules are also learn about the genetic and developmental available. These complement your research Molecular Imaging Parasitology basis of disease, the fundamental biology of study and expose you to new ideas that will Neurobiology of Molecular Plant pathogens and parasites, and what happens improve your understanding of science. Disease Pathology when the nervous system doesn’t work properly. Neurons and Glia Parasite Pharmacological Immunology Basis of Therapeutics Pathogens Signalling and Plant Disease Metabolic Regulation Control Structure, Function Plant-Microbial and Analysis of Genes Interactions The Green Planet 6 nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences Modules may change, for example due to curriculum developments. The above list is a sample of typical modules that we offer, 7 not a definitive list. The most up to date information can be found on our website at nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences
Our courses BSc | MSci Genetics Genetics studies the way cellular An extended essay will consolidate your Typical modules learning so far, introducing transferable skills in and developmental processes researching scientific literature and writing to Year four Year one Year two Year three are programmed by genetic the rules of scientific convention. (MSci only) information, coded as DNA. Year three Core Core Core Core With the advent of the complete The main component of the third year is a Core Skills in Bacterial Genes and Ageing, Sex and Research Genetics Development DNA Repair Presentation Skills sequencing of a number of research project. This is your chance to carry Genes, Molecules Evolutionary Biology Conservation Research Project out your own practical investigation in an area whole genomes – most notably of genetics that interests you. and Cells of Animals Genetics Optional the human genome – the science Additionally, you will advance your learning Life on Earth Optional Gene Regulation Advanced of genetics is expanding rapidly. by studying the genetics of ageing and how Optional Animal Behaviour General Genetics Experimental and Physiology Population Genetics DNA can be repaired, how gene expression Evolution, Ecology Design and Analysis Biological Year one is regulated and the influence genetics has and Behaviour Photography and Research Project Cutting-Edge Your first year will be a broad introduction to on populations. Fundamentals of Optional Research Imaging 1 biology and genetics. You will learn about the Neuroscience Technologies and Advanced biology of animals, plants and microbes, as well Year four (MSci only) Human Physiology Building Brains Developmental Ideas in Molecular as the biochemical, evolutionary and genetic You will take a set of modules which will expose Developmental Biology Biology Biology processes that underlie their biology. you to the latest developments in genetics and Process and Ecology Advanced Human equip you with the tools to plan and carry out Practice in Science You will explore the fundamental building Genetics research and present your findings effectively. From Genotype to blocks of life: genes, molecules and cells, as well Phenotype and Back Cancer Genetics as how the genome regulates living processes You will undertake a year-long masters-level Human Variation research project, working alongside expert Infection and in all organisms. Molecular Evolution researchers in a field you find interesting. Immunity The experimental approach forms a key Microbial Molecular component of the year, with modules teaching Several advanced optional modules are also Biotechnology Parasitology practical skills and the principles of experimental available. These complement your research Neurobiology of Pathogens design and analysis. study and expose you to new ideas that will Disease Science and Society improve your understanding of science. Neurons and Glia Year two Pharmacological In this year, you’ll be able to focus on your Basis of Therapeutics favourite areas of genetics, with a wide range of Signalling and options to choose from. Metabolic Regulation You will learn about the genetic and Structure, Function developmental basis of disease, the fundamental and Analysis of Genes biology of pathogens and parasites, and what The Green Planet happens when the nervous system does not work properly. You will also cover the Modules may change, for example due to curriculum developments. The above list is a sample of typical modules that we offer, evolutionary origins and ecological not a definitive list. The most up to date information can be found on our website at nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences consequences of biodiversity. 8 nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences 9
Our courses BSc Tropical Biology This exciting course will provide The Tropical Ecology Field Course is a week Typical modules spent in the Malaysian rainforest. In small groups you with a comprehensive you’ll work on research projects and activities Year one Year two Year three understanding of pure and to gain an appreciation of the ecological Core Core Core factors that are unique to the tropical applied tropical biology within rainforest environment. Core Skills in Tropical Biology Natural Resources Biological Challenges a global context. You will spend Evolution, Ecology and of Malaysia in the Tropics The Tropical Environmental Science Field Behaviour Professional Skills Research Project your second year studying at Course is a one-week residential course based for Bioscientists Genes, Molecules and Cells Science and Society our Malaysia Campus, offering on Tioman Island. You will be introduced to the Life on Earth Research and Professional diversity of life found in tropical environments, Optional a unique opportunity to study from coral reefs to rainforests. The relationship Optional Skills for Environmental Biological Photography Scientists at a UK university in a between diversity and the physical environment Fundamentals of Optional and Imaging 1 tropical country. will be explored, especially in the context of variations such as climate change and Neuroscience Earth Observations Conservation Human Physiology Environmental Modelling Conservation Genetics ocean acidification. Year one Environmental Policy and Evolution and Behaviour You will begin with a broad introduction to Please note that there is an additional cost Evolutionary Ecology Economics modern life sciences. From micro-organisms for the field courses. Molecular and Cellular Global Environmental to humans, you’ll explore the diversity of life Neuroscience on Earth. Year three Processes Molecular Parasitology The final year is taught back at Nottingham Hydrogeochemistry A tutorial and skills module will focus on the Introduction to Geographic Parasite Immunology where you will undertake a year-long research use of learning resources, essay writing and oral project. This provides an opportunity to Information Systems Pathogens presentations, providing degree-specific context consolidate your learning and showcase your Patterns of Life Population Genetics for the tropical biology programme and key knowledge on a topic that you find interesting. Physiology and transferable skills. Pharmacology In addition, you will have specialist optional Principles and Analysis Year two modules to choose from. of Gene Function The second year is taught at our Malaysia Proteins: Structure and Campus*. As well as conventional study Function modules, you will have the opportunity to participate in field courses designed to give Site Investigation you hands-on experience of tropical biology. Soil Science Tourism and the Environment Tropical Ecology Tropical Environmental Science Field Course Wildlife Behaviour * The year in Malaysia is subject to obtaining a student visa. If you are unsuccessful in securing a visa you will be guaranteed Modules may change, for example due to curriculum developments. The above list is a sample of typical modules that we offer, a place on either the biology or the zoology course. not a definitive list. The most up to date information can be found on our website at nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences 10 nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences 11
Our courses BSc | MSci Zoology Typical modules Year one Year two Year three Year four (MSci only) Zoology studies the biology The second year has a high degree of choice, Core Core Core Core and there is a portfolio of optional modules for Core Skills in Higher Skills in the Research Project Research of animals. Our courses are you to choose from. Here, you can discover more Zoology Biological Sciences Science and Presentation Skills enriched by cutting-edge about a topic you already have an interest in or Evolution, Ecology Optional Society Research Project investigate something new. research across a range of and Behaviour Animal Behaviour and Optional Optional Genes, Molecules disciplines, providing you with a Year three and Cells Physiology Biological Advanced wide understanding of zoology. The third year is about consolidating your Life on Earth Bacterial Genes and Development Challenges in the Tropics Experimental Design and knowledge and showcasing your skills through You can cover topics from animal a year-long research project. You will be Optional Behavioural Ecology Biological Analysis behaviour to parasitology and supervised by a research-active academic and Fundamentals of Field Course Photography Cutting-Edge and Imaging 2 Research conservation to genetics. be able to contribute to the research that a group is working on. The zoological investigation will Neuroscience Biodiversity Field Course Technologies and Human Physiology Biological Photography Conservation be in a topic area that interests you, either in and Imaging 1 Conservation Ideas in Molecular Year one the laboratory or field. Genetics Biology Building Brains The first year begins with an introduction to Process and In addition to a compulsory module in science Developmental Biology Evolution and the fundamental building blocks of life: genes, Practice in and society, where you will learn how science Ecology Behaviour molecules and cells. Science and society influence each other, advanced Evolutionary Biology Evolutionary You will learn core skills in zoology, which you optional modules are available. of Animals Ecology will build on during later years. Practical work is Molecular From Genotype to a key component, with you practising laboratory Year four (MSci only) Phenotype and Back and Cellular skills and experimental design and analysis. This additional year focuses on a masters- Neuroscience Infection and Immunity The biochemical, evolutionary and genetic level research project. You will have more Molecular Macromolecular Systems: processes that underlie all biology are explored, independence and be expected to plan and Parasitology Structure and Interactions along with the role that animals and plants play carry out your own investigation. Supported Parasite by a research-active academic in the field you Microbial Biotechnology in their environment. Immunology choose to study, you will also benefit from Molecular Imaging Pathogens Year two access to specialist research facilities. Neurobiology of Disease Population Through core modules, you will learn Neurons and Glia Genetics Several advanced optional modules are also transferable skills including researching primary available. These complement your research Pharmacological Basis scientific literature and writing according to the study and expose you to new ideas that will of Therapeutics rules of scientific convention. This culminates improve your understanding of science. Signalling and Metabolic in you writing an extended essay on a topic Regulation of your choosing. Structure, Function and Analysis of Genes Structure, Function and Analysis of Proteins The Genome and Human Disease The Green Planet Modules may change, for example due to curriculum developments. The above list is a sample of typical modules that we offer, not a definitive list. The most up to date information can be found on our website at nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences 12 nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/lifesciences 13
Life in Malaysia Discover a new country If you study tropical biology, Why study in Malaysia? Facilities Accommodation you will spend your second tudy your subject in a tropical environment S Occupying a scenic position overlooking green You can apply for on-campus accommodation with opportunities for hands-on learning hills on a 101-acre site, and designed to mirror which currently costs between RM395-750 a year at the University of Improve your adaptability and problem-solving the attributes of University Park in the UK, the month (approximately £71-£135 depending Nottingham Malaysia Campus skills that employers look for campus is a self-contained and self-sufficient on the exchange rate). neighbourhood village in a garden environment. (UNMC). Situated near the Experience a new culture and develop Culture your language skills town of Semenyih, UNMC is Reduced tuition fees for the year abroad Campus amenities include: Malaysia is home to Malay, Chinese and Indian residential accommodation a 45-minute drive from the Low cost of living a purpose-built sports centre and swimming pool ethnic groups, which makes the country a melting pot of beliefs, practices and festivals. capital Kuala Lumpur. Close to Cambodia, Indonesia a students’ association complex The diverse culture and natural biodiversity of and Thailand – great for travel Malaysia makes for an interesting experience shops library for a student from any other part of the world. The University provides a free shuttle bus from In Malaysia, you can snorkel on a pristine beach the campus to the nearest bus and rail stations, one day, and explore the National Mosque on the providing easy access to Kuala Lumpur and the next. You can shake hands with an orangutan or surrounding region. shop your heart out at designer boutiques. The country is a perfect blend of East meets West and provides a safe and original university experience. 14 nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/tropicalbiology 15
World-class research World-class research Example timetable At Nottingham, we research The School of Life Sciences provides the main Below is an example first-year timetable. This will give you an indication of how your focus for biological and biomedical research at to bring about positive change. the University. The research that our students time will be spent. Our innovative ideas and do can directly contribute to the impact of the 9-10am 10-11am 11am-12pm 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm 4-5pm school’s research. Many students have their discoveries are designed to work published, which is a great achievement. Monday Lecture Lecture work in the real world. Tuesday Workshop Lecture Wednesday Practical No teaching Student experiences of research Thursday Lecture Lectures Friday Tutorial Lectures Practical M y project involved synthesising various mutated forms for the protein DEF6 to see how, if at all, this altered the protein function. Through the project I have learned a lot of new skills including PCR mutagenesis and fluorescent imaging. It was incredibly interesting to join an active research group and it is nice to know my results will continue to be used for their research in the future. George Harrison-Church, BSc Biology W orking alongside a research group, I spent a month surveying trails in known nightjar habitats in Sherwood Forest. I gathered data on human disturbance, accompanied by mist netting and nest monitoring to survey the nightjar population during breeding season. Being able to carry out real research that will hopefully contribute to the conservation of the nightjar population in the future has been so fulfilling. Georgina Bray, MSci Zoology 16 nottingham.ac.uk/life-sciences/research 17
How will I study? Engaging study, incredible results University study is likely to be Teaching and learning Assessment At Nottingham, we offer small group tutorials. This ensures you have enough time to build a very different from what you are You will learn through a variety of methods Assessment varies on the module being studied, relationship with your tutor and benefit from depending on the module. These may include: but is typically a combination of: used to, but we’ll support you their support. Your fellow tutees also provide lectures exams peer support. through the transition. seminars essays Additionally, the school has a dedicated Welfare laboratory classes dissertations Officer and a Student Liaison Officer who are workshops laboratory reports available to help you adapt to university life and problem classes presentations provide advice on more complex issues. residential field courses Exams happen twice a year at the end of tutorials each semester. Library and computing services You will benefit from access to an extensive You may study in the School of Life Sciences building on University Park Campus and in the Experimental learning collection of printed and online library resources. All life sciences subjects contain a high degree In addition, you will have both on and off-campus Medical School, which is embedded in the of laboratory work. You will learn techniques and access to a wide range of databases, ejournals Queen’s Medical Centre and connected see the practical steps by which our knowledge and ebooks. Life Sciences students have access to University Park by a footbridge. of living organisms and how they work has been to two specialist libraries: obtained and advanced. Practical work can be George Green Library, which has recently broadly divided into class practicals – where undergone an £18m redevelopment, to you will carry out experiments and obtain data – provide more study space and additional and project work – where you will do individual computers investigations, asking new scientific questions Greenfield Medical Library, which is home to not previously answered. health and medical texts, as well as having group study rooms and silent study zones Student support When you start the course, you will be assigned Key Information Sets a personal tutor. Personal tutors are members of Key Information Sets (KIS) are comparable academic staff in the school and they will: sets of information about full or part-time monitor your academic progress and undergraduate courses and are designed to meet check on your wellbeing the information needs of prospective students. provide exam marks and help you All KIS data is published on the Unistats website: reflect on feedback unistats.co.uk act as a first point of contact for any guidance on academic or personal matters For Nottingham’s KIS data, please see individual course entries at nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy 18 nottingham.ac.uk/life-sciences/teaching 19
Careers and employability Outstanding 92% Amplify your potential Whether you already have a plan or need some careers support inspiration, your Careers and Employability of undergraduates Service is here to help. from the school secured Academic excellence and employability go work or further study hand in hand at Nottingham. Your course, and within six months the diverse student experiences we offer, will As a graduate, you will have of graduation.* enable you to develop the skills and professional obtained a broad range of competencies required to thrive in the job market of the future. skills valued by employers in We will help you explore your options, so you sectors such as agriculture, feel confident making choices about what you clinical genetics, conservation, want to achieve. Our team will support you epidemiology, food and as you build your CV, search for jobs, prepare pharmaceutical. While many graduates pursue a scientific £21,037 was the average starting salary applications, practise your interview technique, and much more. Get the Advantage career, others use their skills in with the highest being £42,000.* The career-enhancing Nottingham Advantage professions such as marketing, Recent graduate destinations: Award recognises and rewards your law and the armed services. • Aequus International: extracurricular activities. With a choice of over 200 modules, you can hone the key skills healthcare researcher employers are looking for. From developing • Future Science Group: your leadership skills and learning a language editorial assistant to public speaking and volunteering, you will leave university with demonstrable experience • Kirkhouse Trust: that sets you apart from other graduates. project administrator For further information, visit (agricultural research) nottingham.ac.uk/careers/advantage • Merial: laboratory technician (animal health products) Study abroad and placements We are part of the Universitas 21 programme, • NHS: NHS Scientific Training meaning we offer you the chance to study Programme abroad at an approved partner university in countries all over the world. This is a great chance to gain valuable communication skills, a global perspective of science and immerse Further study yourself in a new culture. You can also obtain Many of our graduates go on to further study, work experience with an optional placement undertaking a taught masters course or research year to gain an insight into the sector you will to PhD level. Subjects of further study could be working in. include: bioinformatics, biological photography and imaging, business and technology, clinical @UoNCareers microbiology, ecology and environmental management, forensic medicine, genetic CareersUoN counselling and oncology. 20 nottingham.ac.uk/careers * Known destinations of full-time home undergraduates who were available for work 2015/16. 21 Salaries are calculated based on the median of those in full-time paid employment within the UK.
How do I apply? Experience it Around one-third of our UK students receive our means-tested core bursary, worth up to £2,000 a year (2018 entry figure; subject to change). How to apply Live and study For details, see nottingham.ac.uk/financialsupport abroad as part of many courses All applications for Flexible admissions policy nottingham.ac.uk/ studywithus/studyabroad undergraduate study at In recognition of our applicants’ varied experience and educational pathways, we Nottingham, including employ a flexible admissions policy. If we judge 200+ applications by international that your situation has adversely affected your students, must be made achievement, then we will consider this when assessing your academic potential. Some Accommodation 10 minutes through UCAS. courses may make a slightly lower offer. For to suit every from the city for more information about this policy, see budget and music, food and student-led groups, You can apply online at ucas.com and will be notified of decisions through UCAS Track. nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/applying personal choice shopping clubs and societies at Mature applicants nottingham.ac.uk/ nottingham.ac.uk/ your Students’ Union Your personal statement We encourage applications from mature accommodation nottinghamlife su.nottingham.ac.uk This is the section of your UCAS form that tells applicants who have a significant gap in us most about you, and you should make the education. You should apply through UCAS. best use of it. Be as specific and detailed as you Find out more at nottingham.ac.uk/mature can – we would like to see that you are a student who can work hard, be self-motivated and make International applicants the best possible use of the opportunities that The University provides a range of information our courses offer you. We would also like to and advice for international applicants. If you hear about any skills you have gained through extracurricular activities. are unable to attend an open day, we can meet Student Service you in your country at one of our overseas events or arrange an individual visit to the University. Centres on all Minimum entry requirements For further information please visit UK campuses Unless otherwise stated in individual course profiles, all UK applicants should have GCSE nottingham.ac.uk/go/international-applicants for support English grade 4 (C) as a minimum. Deferred entry and advice Applicants who wish to defer their entry by a Alternative qualifications year will not be at a disadvantage. Please tell us nottingham.ac.uk/ In this brochure you will find our A level and studentservices something about your plans for your gap year in International Baccalaureate entry requirements your UCAS personal statement. but we accept a much broader range of qualifications. For more details, visit Equal opportunities policy nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/applying The University aims to create the conditions One of the UK’s Join in with the Choose from 9 modern whereby students and staff are treated solely on GCSE reform the basis of their merits, abilities and potential, leading universities vibrant musical Following the reform of GCSE grading in England for sport* with over languages regardless of gender, race, colour, nationality, from A*–G to 9–1, we have adopted Ofqual’s life on campus recommended equivalence. This means that ethnic or national origin, age, socio-economic background, disability, religious or political 70 student and in the city GCSE grade A*=9, A=7, B=5/6 and C=4. GCSE beliefs, trade union membership, family sports clubs to study alongside qualifications taken outside of the UK will still be circumstances, sexual orientation or other nottingham.ac.uk/music/ your course graded A* to G. irrelevant distinction. nottingham.ac.uk/sport performance nottingham.ac.uk/ * British Universities and Colleges Sports Standings, 2016-17. language-centre 22 nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/applying 23
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