Provide a research-informed, understanding of biochemistry (which includes; biomolecular sciences, molecular biology, genome science and cell biology) for students from differing academic backgrounds that encourages them to achieve their academic and personal potential.


Introduce students to the practice and evaluation of scientific research in terms of conceptual approach and research methodologies underpinning biochemistry, culminating in the opportunity for independent research provided in the final-year project.


Provide a course in line with the Biosciences Benchmark statement, and the Core Curriculum as set out by the Biochemical Society, drawing on specialist experience of teaching and research staff.


Develop students’ intellectual, critical and practical skills in the acquisition, analysis, interpretation, evaluation and presentation of biochemical information.


Train students in ethical, safe and responsible handling of biological materials, chemicals and laboratory equipment.


Provide a firm foundation for students to progress into careers in biochemical or biomedical research, further training or employment in industry or the public sector in which analytical, communication and problem-solving skills are required.


Provide opportunities to develop appropriate study and transferable skills (such as: time management, independent & group work, laboratory expertise, experimental design, data recording, management and analysis, numeric, IT (word-processing, presentation, spreadsheets, email, WWW and bibliographic management software), oral and written communication, information retrieval, literature review and report writing skills) to equip students with effective strategies for maintain.


University Awards

  • Awarded Silver in the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), 2017
  • HR Excellence in Research Award for demonstrating a robust and public implementation strategy of improving the career development of researchers
  • Customer First accreditation for its services to business
  • 94% BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering students recommend Teesside University to other students (National Student Survey 2017)
  • 93.3% satisfaction rate for the learning experience at Teesside University (International Student Barometer Survey 2017)


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  • (Awarding University) University of Portsmouth
  • (Local Institution) MDIS
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  • MDIS Uni Campus, 501 Stirling Rd., Singapore, Central Region 14, Singapore

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