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University of St Andrews

UCAS points

126 - 136

University League Table

4th

Biological Sciences League Table

3rd

Lancaster University

UCAS points

136 - 144

University League Table

11th

Biological Sciences League Table

22nd

University of Edinburgh

UCAS points

126 - 144

University League Table

12th

Biological Sciences League Table

8th

University of Exeter

UCAS points

128 - 160

University League Table

13th

Biological Sciences League Table

14th

University of Manchester

UCAS points

128 - 152

University League Table

13th

Biological Sciences League Table

12th

University of Southampton

UCAS points

120 - 144

University League Table

15th

Biological Sciences League Table

19th

University of Glasgow

UCAS points

114 - 165

University League Table

16th

Biological Sciences League Table

10th

University of Bristol

UCAS points

112 - 159

University League Table

17th

Biological Sciences League Table

11th

University of Birmingham

UCAS points

136

University League Table

19th

Biological Sciences League Table

24th

University of Leeds

UCAS points

136 - 144

University League Table

20th

Biological Sciences League Table

20th

Studying Zoology

Search through undergraduate Biology degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page should give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance.Biological Sciences encompasses various areas, including cell biology, biomedicine, ecology, conservation, genetics, pathobiology and physiology. There are many related degree courses on offer, including in biotechnology, biological and medicinal chemistry and behavioural biology. Courses can be highly practical, take place in modern facilities and accredited by professional bodies like the Royal Society of Biology.