Biomedical Teaching Organisation
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Students studying in the Deanery of Biomedical Sciences can spend one year of their undergraduate studies at a University abroad. This is an excellent opportunity to experience living and studying in another part of the world.

You can feed back in a number of ways to us, including mid-course feedback and national student surveys. In turn we do our best to listen and to implement real change, and communicate these changes transparently.

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When things go wrong: talk to your Personal Tutors, and see our guidance on late coursework submission, special circumstances, absence and illness, interruptions of study and mental health support.

Our policies on academic conduct and plagiarism, examinations and course assessement, Tier 4 visa guidance, the use of animals in teaching, submission of work and progression requirements.

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A toolkit for Personal Tutors within the Deanery of Biomedical Sciences to help answer common questions of support for your tutees.

Biomedical students celebrate graduation

Add coursework deadlines using your calendar, and find lecture times, teaching timetables, and results release dates.

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Develop your career with support from regular drop-in advice sessions from the University's Career Service. This section also contains resources for academic support across the University.

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Find the form you need in the event of special circumstances, late coursework submission, transfer application, projects or placement, interruption of studies, and withdrawal of studies.