Find out about the variety of careers open to bioscience students at this year's online Royal Society of Biology Bioscience Careers Day (BCD).
This year the Bioscience Careers Day will take place over three days from Tuesday 2nd November to Thursday 4th November. Each day will be hosted by a representative organisation from our Careers Committee. With expert talks, Q&As and skills sessions, each day is designed to enhance your knowledge of the variety of careers available to bioscience graduates. There will also be opportunities to chat with bioscience professionals and other students from across the UK.
The draft programme can be found on the BCD website, and will be updated as more details are confirmed.
Who can attend?
BCD is aimed at undergraduate and Master's students. PhD students, postdocs, careers advisors and school/ college students considering a bioscience degree are also very welcome. Employers, if you would like to connect with talented students focused on their future careers, visit our sponsorship opportunities pages
, or contact Harriet McAra at firstname.lastname@example.org
to discuss talk opportunities.
Each day's programme of talks and discussion will take place from 12:00-14:30 GMT. A detailed programme can be found on the BCD website, and will be updated as more details are confirmed.
We've had talks on careers in industry, science communication, publishing, academia, ecology, patent law, teaching and more at past events. Download top presentations from past events.
What career would you like to know more about? Get in touch with the events team or tweet us at @RoyalSocBio using #BCD2020
£5 - One day BCD ticket (choose your day upon booking)
£10 - Full event BCD ticket
RSB student affiliate (undergraduate) and associate (Master's) membership costs £15. With this exclusive event offer, all registered attendees will receive a discount code to receive a year's RSB membership for just £5.
To register for this event, create a free account with your name and email address and register to attend using the link at the top of the page.
Details for joining the sessions for each day will be sent out to registered attendees ahead of the event.
You can also submit questions ahead of time using the 'other requests' box upon booking, or by emailing your question to email@example.com
If you would like to organise for a group of your students to attend this event, please contact Harriet McAra at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about this event, contact Harriet McAra at email@example.com or on 020 3925 3445.
This event is supported by the following organisations, who have worked collaboratively with the Royal Society of Biology to bring together a diverse line-up of speakers for this event: The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
, the Biochemical Society
, the British Ecological Society
, the British Pharmacological Society
, the British Society for Immunology
, the Gatsby Plant Science Education Programme
, the Microbiology Society
, the Society for Experimental Biology
and The Physiological Society