Bioengineering (Regenerative Medicine) - BSc (Hons)
Bioengineering scientists working in the area of regenerative medicine are helping to reshape the future of global healthcare. Embark on a journey into this exciting field and prepare for a fascinating career in bioengineering.
Why study Bioengineering (Regenerative Medicine) at Keele University?
"Studying at Keele University was an incredible experience. The teaching was impeccable, and I had so much unconditional support from across the university. The opportunities I was exposed to during my degree have had a huge impact on my career and personal development, such as being able to represent the university at a student summit in Japan, being able to conduct an original tropical research project in Malaysia and winning a national award on behalf of the university."
Our Foundation Year provides an excellent alternative route to Keele, providing a unique opportunity to better prepare for your chosen degree, and with guaranteed entry onto your undergraduate course once you successfully complete your Foundation Year.
This extra year of study can improve your academic skills, expand your subject knowledge, give you a better understanding of higher education and, perhaps most importantly of all, build your confidence.
Keele University is consistently ranked among the top universities for student satisfaction, and we have over 70 years' experience of teaching a foundation year to students. On the Keele Foundation Year, you'll study on campus, joining our undergraduate community from the outset, with access to all the facilities and support that you'd get as an undergraduate student at Keele.
The information within this page is for students wishing to start their studies in September. If you would like to start this course in January, please visit our January pages for further details.
Our Foundation Year allows you to develop your critical thinking, academic reading, writing, and communication study skills along with subject-specific knowledge and skills. Upon meeting the progression criteria and successfully completing our Foundation Year, you will automatically progress into your Keele undergraduate degree with the confidence that you have the skills, and knowledge needed to successfully complete your course.
This Foundation Year is a is a two semester programme which provides a tailored pre-degree programme of study to better prepare you for the BSc (Hons) Cell and Tissue Engineering course. For example, the Foundations of Human Biology in Health module consolidates any prior learning of human biology to build your knowledge of the functioning of a healthy human body. Starting with a look at basic cell biology, you will explore the main types of body tissues and structures and discuss how body systems work.
Course content has been developed in collaboration with degree teaching teams, so that by the time you begin Year 1, you will be ready to excel at your studies, as the majority of our Foundation Year students do.
On this Foundation Year, we will advance your knowledge of human biology and chemistry, giving you a solid grasp of body systems, science and lab work. You'll develop safe, professional laboratory skills and get to know the mathematical techniques and quantitative methods used across health science-related and social care programmes.
Throughout the programme, you will develop subject-specific and broad based skills that will be invaluable in your academic career and beyond. You can find out more about our Foundation Year, including information on learning, teaching and assessment methods and further opportunities available to you by visiting our homepage.
The module details given below are indicative, they are intended to provide you with an idea of the range of subjects that are taught to our current students. The modules that will be available for you to study in future years are prone to change as we regularly review our teaching to ensure that it is up-to-date and informed by the latest research and teaching methods. The information presented is therefore not intended to be construed and/or relied upon as a definitive list of the modules available in any given year.
Semester One Modules
|FYO-00237||Foundations of Human Biology for Health||15 credits|
|FYO-00189||Foundations in Chemistry||15 credits|
|FYO-00213||Foundations of Numerical and Quantitative Methods for Health Students||15 credits|
|Practical and Academic Skills in Science||15 credits|
Semester Two Modules
|FYO-00239||Advancing Human Biology for Health||30 credits|
|FYO-00191||Advancing Chemistry for Health||30 credits|
The entry grades outlined in this section indicate the likely offer or range of offers which would be made to candidates along with any subject specific requirements. This is for general information only. Keele University reserves the right to vary offer conditions depending upon a candidate’s application. Read more about our undergraduate entry requirements for United Kingdom, European Union and International students.
- Between 40-56 UCAS points from at least 1 A level/level 3 qualification or equivalent, or
- Relevant work experience
- GCSE English Language at grade 4 (C), or Level 2 Functional Skills, or
- IELTS 5.5 (with 5.5 in all subtests)
- GCSE Mathematics at grade 4 (C) or above
How to Apply
UCAS code: C111
Direct Entry Students
If you already have your qualifications, are not expecting any further results and only wish to apply to Keele, please contact the Admissions Office directly.
Our International Foundation Year is delivered on campus through Keele University International College (KUIC). Find out more about the International Foundation Year options on the KUIC website.
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