Our faculty has over 130 academic staff, 14 independently funded research fellows and 200+ PhD students working at all levels of biological sciences, from molecules to landscapes. The links below allow you to explore our current research areas across our three schools.
The Faculty of Biological Sciences is a vibrant, collaborative research community, spanning all areas of biological sciences from landscapes to molecules. Explore our research and innovation pages to view the strength and depth of our research teams and contact us if you have an interest in working together.
Our dedicated Employability and Professional Development team will support you throughout your time at Leeds, making you aware of events and opportunities to increase your employability.
In addition, our Masters Career Development Programme will support you to:
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We have a proactive Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) who advises us on what they look for in graduates and ensures that relevant employability related skills are embedded within all our courses.
Our range of bookable study rooms and booths are ideal for groups who need a space to discuss and collaborate, or individual postgraduates who need to focus on their work. In each room, you can connect your laptops and share your screens using AirMedia. Remember to check-in to the room when you arrive. These rooms are for student bookings only.
Our alumni group on Linked in is for all Faculty of Biological Sciences alumni to network, exchange ideas and keep in touch. Also available to final year undergraduates and all postgraduate students. The group will keep you updated with important news about the faculty, events, jobs and opportunities which could aid you post-graduation and will inform you of any networking opportunities.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.