Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

Take the first step towards a career in health and medicine with the Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences. You’ll build foundational knowledge and skills within the field of biomedicine and find your niche in this rapidly expanding industry. Graduates are equipped to excel in careers involving medicine, dentistry, allied health, veterinary science, medical laboratory science and more.

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Tailored course design

Foundational knowledge and skills delivered within your course.

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  • Townsville: January



+estimated annual Commonwealth Supported Fee for a full-time study load

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Fee deferral and scholarships available if eligible


3 years full-time

Entry Requirements


English (Units 3/4,C)

Recommended Knowledge

Mathematical Methods (Units 3/4,C), Chemistry (Units 3/4,C); plus one of Biology, Health, Physical Education or Physics

QTAC Codes

  • 316071

Course detail

Real stories

  • Jessica Scott.


    Jessica Scott

    Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

    I found the coursework incredibly fascinating, particularly in microbiology and immunology, which led me to major in these fields. ɫӰ’s hands-on approach to learning and the comprehensive curriculum fuelled my curiosity and strengthened my passion for research.

  • Sophie McIntyre in a lab coat holding a scientific measuring instrument.


    Sophie McIntyre

    Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

    I enjoyed the research experience in biomedicine so much that I pursued further immunology study through a Master of Philosophy. The abundance of practical laboratory experience was vital and the quality mentorship and guidance in the biomedical sciences degree certainly facilitated my success.

  • Headshot of Andrew Calcino.


    Andrew Calcino

    Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

    The Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences is designed to launch the careers of the next generation, who will continue to push the boundaries of personalised medicine and healthcare. Students are trained to use the same tools and pipelines currently utilised by modern bioinformatic researchers.

  • Headshot of Associate Professor Ulf Schmitz.


    Associate Professor Ulf Schmitz

    Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences

    This interactive course structure, guided by the Centre for Tropical Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology, ensures that students receive the most relevant and up-to-date knowledge. The potential impact of their work on biodiversity, food production, tropical health, and more is extremely exciting.

  • Statewide Clinical Education Program Manager, Department of Health, QLD


    Megan Harbourne

    Statewide Clinical Education Program Manager, Department of Health, QLD

    ɫӰ graduates have a really strong focus on the patient journey, probably because they have developed interpretation and analysis skills across multiple sciences. They are great at understanding the pathophysiology of the various chronic diseases that impact our patients.