Explore your career options
Find out what other graduates from your degree programme have done and look at some of the typical career options related to Biomedical Science and Human Biology.
Relevant job websites
Links to useful websites for graduate vacancies
What can you do to "Go Further"?
A year-by-year guide to useful opportunities to develop your skills and experience.
IMPORTANT MESSAGES FOR CBMSE STUDENTS FROM CAREERS CONSULTANTS AT THE STUDENT GUIDANCE CENTRE
*FINAL YEAR STUDENTS: THE NHS SCIENTIST TRAINING PROGRAMME 2018: WILL OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS IN THE NEW YEAR*
- Familiarise yourself with the Direct Entry application process and manage your time effectively by carefully reading the details about applying to the programme. Note that you are able to create an NHS Oriel application account and log some personal details in advance of vacancies opening (ensure that you read the warning about only opening Oriel in a single browser. You should also ensure that you save/back up responses as you progress)
- Details of vacancies, vacancy locations, application deadlines etc. will be available once the Programme opens, so keep a regular watch on the webpage.
- You can confer with or ask a Career Consultant to review your application in advance of the application deadline. Book a one-to-one Career Guidance Appointment via MyFuture and make sure to bring a printout of questions and your draft responses with you to the appointment.
- You are also strongly encouraged to make us of practice opportunities for the aptitude tests which are sent through for completion after you have submitted your application (and will have a separate completion deadline). The NHS recommends the trytalentq.com practice tests. Queen's Careers also offers you additional opportunities for practice, advice and workshops during the academic year (see Careers information and practice opportunities on Psychometric Tests).
24th January 2018, 11am - 3pm: Queen's Work Experience Fair - Ideal for Level 1 and 2 students, find out about possible summer work, year long placements and DegreePlus activities.
2nd of April 2018: Deadline for Submission of DegreePlus Route B applications (for all UG and PGTs graduating in Summer 2018 & those "banking" the Award ahead of Final Year)
14th May- 1st of June 2018: Development Weeks.
13th of June 2018, 11am-3pm, Whitla Hall: Northern Ireland Graduate Fair,
My Go Further Story
BSc Biomedical Science talks about her summer internship in New Jersey through Project Children.