Webinar: Study UK- Study and Career Options in Life and Health Science, 26-28 February

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Webinar: Study and Career Options in Life and Health Science
Wednesday 26 – Friday 28 February 2020
You are invited to join the upcoming Study and Career Options in Life and Health Science webinar to discover your study options available within the field and your career prospects.

Academics from seven UK universities will be participating in the event to talk about the study and career options in three main subject areas below:

  • Medicine and allied subjects
  • Biological sciences
  • Allied health professions 


Webinar: Study and Career Options on Life and Health Science
Wednesday 26 – Friday 28 February 2020
18.30 – 19.30
Webinar Schedule Wednesday 26 February Careers in Allied Health Professions: Exploring Alternative Pathway to Physiotherapy Registration  Link
Thursday 27 February  Careers in Biosciences: A More In-Depth Look Registration  Link
Friday 28 February Career in Medicine and Allied Subjects: Finding Your Career Path Registration  Link
Enquiries Please email studyuk.hongkong@britishcouncil.org 

To be conducted in English.

They will provide a broader knowledge in Life and Health Sciences related fields and what future career opportunities lie ahead after completing your study in UK. Do not miss out the opportunity!

List of Academic Speakers:
Dr Alex Jeffries
Senior Teaching Fellow
Director of Studies Biomedical Sciences
Dr Steve Minchin
Senior Lecturer, School of Biosciences
College of Life and Environmental Sciences
Mr. John Surrey
Strategic Manager
Brunel Medical School
Dr. Will Young
Senior Lecturer
Rehabilitation Psychology, Sport and Health Sciences
School of Sport and Health Sciences
Dr Crawford Winlove
Senior Lecturer in Neuroscience
Member, UK Clinical Aptitude Test Consortium
College of Medicine And Health
Professor Nicky High
Director of Undergraduate Studies
School of Biological Sciences
Division of Infection, Immunity & Respiratory Medicine
Dr Donald Ridley
HCPC Registered Practitioner Psychologist
Associate Dean, Strategy and Development
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
Dr Karl New
Associate head of the School of Health Sport and Professional Practice
Faculty of Life Science and Education


Subject Highlights – Biological Sciences

Biosciences is the study of living things from ecosystems down to their molecular interactions. It is a subject that has a significant impact on our daily lives. For more information, visit UCAS Subject Guide – Biological Sciences.

5 Reasons to Study Biosciences at University of Bath
Modern biosciences integrates knowledge and understanding of life over a range of scales and perspectives. At University of Bath, you will develop skills to analyse and interpret experimental data, drawing logical conclusions and asking sensible questions about areas of uncertainty and future research.


Starting a Global Career in Biosciences with University of Birmingham
From molecules and cells to organisms and their environment, Biosciences is an exciting area to study and is contributing to major advances related to human and environmental health, medicine and food security. At Birmingham University, you have the opportunity to study three core Biosciences degrees – with the option to specialise in a wide range of areas such as Genetics and Medical Biochemistry.


Studying Health and Life Sciences at Oxford Brooks University
Biosciences cover a wide range of specialist subjects linked to the study of living organisms and the science behind ‘life. Oxford Brooks University offers a range of flexible undergraduate courses across a wide range of areas including plant
and animal biology, biomedical science, cell and molecular biology, conservation and the environment.


Click here to register for the event.