We provide careers resources for teachers and careers advisers in schools and universities through the UK. Below are some of the free downloadable resources.
Secondary school resources
Students can find out about careers support for different areas of biology in our new reference guides.
The Becoming a Biologist: Degrees and Careers in Biology booklet contains information on different types of biological degree and their alternatives, qualifications you will need to study them, skills gained from biological studies, and advice about careers you can do after graduating.
The Bioscience Careers Resource Sheet for Schools contains links to careers websites and career pathways in biology as well as information on student competitions aimed at young biologists.
An online resource of technicians careers profiles also highlights the diverse range of careers available in the biosciences.
The Russell Group has launched a new interactive website aimed at supporting pupils in finding out more about subject choice and the impact that A levels (or equivalent) could have on their degree options. Find out more on the Informed Choices website.
IntoBiology supports UK biology students aged between 17 and 21, with science news, careers guidance, and study skills support.
Next Steps: Options after a Bioscience degreeis a careers guide for biological sciences students and graduates from the Royal Society of Biology and our Member Organisations.
Spotlight on the Life Sciences is a guide to biology careers featuring a collection of articles and interviews from The Biologist magazine. It covers a broad range of bioscience fields.
Teaching academics resources
The Society has developed a higher education teaching career progression framework to support academics wanting to progress on a teaching focused career route.
Returners to work resources
Other careers resources
The National STEM Learning Network has a searchable database of careers resources, which brings together several existing catalogues of STEM careers materials.
Watch interviews with 50 biologists, including Sir David Attenborough Hon FRSB, Professor Dame Sally Davies, and Professor Richard Dawkins Hon FRSB, talking about their inspirations and careers on our Biology: Changing the World project website.
STEM Graduates is a recruitment agency working with scientists and listing jobs that are suitable for recent biology graduates.
Science Careers, from the peer-reviewed academic journal Science, provides tools for starting and developing your career as well as a worldwide jobs board and information on graduate programmes.