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Our partnerships with industry, other institutions overseas, and other departments at Imperial mean that we are able to offer many opportunities for overseas study, a year in industry or research, and interdisciplinary studies such as management or learning a language as part of your degree. Whatever you choose to do after graduation, your Biological Sciences degree will stand you in good stead, with excellent employment prospects and transferable skills. He or she will also have an understanding of the microbiological diversity in the biosphere, and be better prepared to appreciate the extent to which microbiology shapes our daily lives.

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Publisher: Springer; 2013 edition (May 11, 2013)

ISBN: 3319003356

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