Frequently Asked Questions
Globally recognised universities offer numerous courses in life science and related field. Some of the top-ranking courses are Biology (General), Biochemistry, Neuroscience / Neurobiology, Molecular Biology, Cell and Developmental Biology, Biomedical Science, Biochemistry, Microbiology, and much more.
Entry requirements to get admission on life science subjects to depend on the university and the county you are choosing. Most of the foreign universities require to have a minimum of 3-A levels of which two of them are related to science subjects such as biology, chemistry, physics. A high mark in mathematics would be an added advantage. International students should have an IELTS score of a minimum of 6.0
Choosing a course depends on the interest in academic content, but it is very crucial to choose the university as you are going to spend the next two to three years there. Wisely choose a university that not only offers a great course but that helps you to develop your personality.
Most of the universities provide scholarships or bursaries to eligible candidates. To know whether you are eligible for the scholarship, contact our expert counsellor.
Most of the foreign universities provide scholarships, fellowships, and grants to eligible international students.