Building on the success of previous careers conferences, last year's Bioscience Careers Festival was the single biggest event in the Royal Society of Biology's history. It welcomed 500 students from across the UK and was coordinated by the Society's Careers Committee.
This event is aimed at undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students. Careers advisors and school students considering a bioscience degree are also very welcome.
A detailed programme is coming soon! At previous events we've had talks on careers in industry, science communication, publishing, academia, ecology, teaching and more. Check out previous presentations on our careers pages. What career would you like to know more about? Get in touch with the events team or tweet us #RSBcareersDay.
£15 booking fee with a £10 refund after attending.
That's only £5 to cover lunch. To secure your place, a £15 deposit must be paid in advance, upon attendance £10 will be refunded into your bank account. You must check-in at the registration desk on the day to be eligible for this refund.
The Bioscience Careers Day is the perfect opportunity for exhibitors to engage with enthusiastic bioscience students from across the UK. It will provide you with a unique opportunity to:
We would like to take the opportunity to say thank you to the many exhibitors and sponsors who have made previous events possible:
Agenda Resource Management, AstraZeneca, BBSRC, Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, British Pharmacological Society, 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, Institute of Animal Technology, Matchtech, National School of Healthcare Science, Naturejobs, Nature Publishing Group, NI Water, Norbrook, Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project, Randox, Royal Veterinary College, Science Careers, Society for Endocrinology, Microbiology Society, Teach First, The Open University, The Physiological Society, Unilever, University of Surrey and University of Ulster.