Our innovative postgraduate Life Sciences programmes are designed to help you develop expertise in your chosen specialism.
Postgraduate Life Sciences is a broad subject area, covering Archaeology and Forensic Sciences, Chemistry and Biosciences, Optometry and Vision Sciences, and Pharmacy and Medical Sciences.
Our courses are led by passionate academics, many of whom are active in research, industry or practice. You'll work with state-of-the-art facilities, and some courses offer the opportunity to gain valuable experience in industry and clinical settings.
Discover our range of postgraduate programmes, and find out how to step up to the next level of life sciences.
Watch our Virtual Postgraduate Open Day subject talks.
The talks were presented live by academic staff at our recent online events. Many of the talks also feature question and answer sessions, with questions asked by prospective students.
Catch up on the talks that interest you:
- Analytical Sciences and Materials Chemistry
presented by Philip Drake | 35-min watch
- Institute of Cancer Therapeutics
presented by Kamyar Afarinkia | 24-min watch
- Pharmaceutical Technology
presented by Dr Khaled H Assi | 27-min watch
- Physician Associate Studies
presented by Justine Tomlinson | 34-min watch
- Postgraduate Biosciences
presented by Dr Andrew Tedder and Dr Gisela Helfer | 30-min watch
- Postgraduate Pharmacy
presented by Diane Webb | 26-min watch
Discover our postgraduate Life Sciences courses
The staff have real charisma and a great depth of knowledge. Most importantly, they have the experience to help you get on your way to becoming not just a physician associate, but a very good physician associate.
Find out more about postgraduate Life Sciences
See what our students and graduates say about studying at Bradford:
Read about Shams' experience of her course and scholarship award | 4-min read
Pharmaceutical Technology and Medicines Control
Read about Billy's experience | 3-min read
Forensic Archaeology and Crime Scene Investigation
Read about Keeley's experience | 3-min read