Our annual Bioscience Careers Day (BCD) shows bioscience students the wide variety of careers open to them
Last year's event took place online, over three days from Tuesday 2nd November to Thursday 4th November 2021. Each day was hosted by a representative organisation from our Careers Committee. With expert talks, Q&As and panel discussions, each day was designed to enhance guests' knowledge of the variety of careers available to bioscience graduates.
This annual event is coordinated by the Royal Society of Biology's Careers Committee.
What happens at the online careers day?
- Talks from experts in the field about the variety of careers available to bioscience graduates
- Interview tips to sharpen your technique for future employers
- Opportunity to ask questions to bioscience professionals and other students from across the UK
- Q&A discussions on career opportunities, and alternative careers available with a bioscience degree
Who can attend?
BCD is aimed at undergraduate and Master's students. PhD students, postdocs, careers advisors and school students considering a bioscience degree are also very welcome. Employers looking to meet talented students focussed on their future careers and wanting to find out about talk opportunities at this event, or sponsorship opportunities at future events, should contact Harriet McAra at email@example.com
If you were not able to attend, download presentations from our past events.
If you have any questions about BCD events, contact Harriet McAra at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to take the opportunity to say thank you to the many exhibitors and sponsors who have made previous events possible:
Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, Agenda Resource Management, AstraZeneca, BBSRC, Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, British Pharmacological Society, British Society for Immunology, British Society of Soil Science, British Toxicology Society, Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, CK Science, Cogent, Cranfield University, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Global Nomadic, Innovia Technology, Institute of Animal Technology, Matchtech, Microbiology Society, Middlesex University London, National School of Healthcare Science, Naturejobs, Nature Publishing Group, Newcastle University, NI Water, Norbrook, Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project, Randox, Royal Entomological Society, Royal Veterinary College, Science Careers, Society for Endocrinology, Society for Experimental Biology, Syngenta, Teesside University, Teach First, The Open University, The Physiological Society, Unilever, University of Leeds, University of Surrey, University of the West of England, University of Ulster and University of Warwick.