Students who have studied with the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine talk about their experiences and want they went onto when they graduated.
Lydia Parkinson, BSc Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Went on to work with Illumina, Cambridge | When I applied for university I had no idea what I wanted to do afterwards, I was just really interested in the human body and disease. CMM offered the perfect course covering a variety of topics such as cancer biology, microbiology and anatomy...
Joannah Fergusson, BSc Immunology
Went on to be a postdoctoral scientist at the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam | When choosing my BSc, I knew two things; I didn't want to study medicine but I did want to study something to do with diseases. The Cellular and Molecular Medicine course at Bristol seemed perfect, it covered many different aspects of disease...
Ellie Gregson, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology
Went on to study a PhD at the University of Cambridge | I was keen to study at a Russell Group University where I knew I would have the opportunity to learn from leading researchers and receive world class teaching...
Jacob Butterly, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology
Went on to work as a software developer | I had lived in Bristol for around 10 years and think it's a great city... the University of Bristol offered a course that sounded, and subsequently was, extremely interesting. It was a unique experience that I'm not likely to forget...
Julia Morris, BSc Cellular and Molecular Medicine with Study in Industry
Went on to study a PhD at the University of Sheffield | I've had a fantastic four years at Bristol. I've learnt a lot, developed as a person and met some incredible people. Studying at Bristol has provided opportunities to develop...
Ross Hill, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology with Study in Industry
Went on to study a PhD at the Cambridge Cancer Centre | The University of Bristol has provided me with a solid scientific understanding in medical science, allowing me to pursue a career as a medical scientist. The university also provides...
Jodie Chalmers, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology with Study in Industry
Went on to be a medical student at the University of Cambridge | CMM has given me a solid grounding in disease mechanisms, and has enhanced my competency in a range of skills, including essay writing, presentations, critical analysis of scientific...
Velislava Petrova, BSc Microbiology with Study in Industry
Went on to study a PhD at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and University of Cambridge | Bristol provided exactly what I was looking for. It is a highly respected academic institution and Bristol is a wonderful city to live in. My degree offered a wide range of topics...
Mark Fraser, BSc (Hons) Pathology and Microbiology
Went on to be a Clinical scientist in microbiology for Public Health England | I enjoyed being a student at Bristol. The best things were the lecturers who always seemed to be experts in their field and it was their passion for their subjects which encouraged me...
David Kennedy, BSc Cancer Biology and Virology
Went on to be a Data Analyst with Cancer Research UK | For me it was a thoroughly enjoyable three years combining excellent, approachable lecturers with top of the range facilities and unbeatable opportunities all within the best city in the UK.
Nikolaos Koundouros, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology
Went on to study a PhD at the Institute of Cancer Research, London | I was drawn to the University of Bristol for two reasons: the excellent worldwide reputation the University has for scientific research, and the undergraduate course on offer...
Oliver Llewellyn,BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology
Went on to start a role as a Junior Doctor in Liverpool | I had never thought of doing a job as a scientist, I was always going to train as a pilot. I had always had an interest in medicine but with no medics in my family I didn't really consider it an option. My degree brought medicine right into my mind...
Yara Aghabi, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology
Went on to start a PhD in Immunology and Immunotherapy at the University of Birmingham | When I was looking for courses for my BSc, all I knew was that I wanted to study the basis of human disease. I was also set on studying at a Russell Group University so that I would have world class teaching from researchers who are leaders in their fields.
Our graduates are highly sought after by employers. The research-based nature of the programmes, the breadth of their contents, and the final-year research projects are major contributory factors in the continued demand for our graduates in a wide range of careers within research, industry, communications and more.
- Nikolaos Koundouros, BSc Cancer Biology and Immunology