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Biosciences is a broad category of potential career options including: continued academic/scientific research, ecology, toxicology, microbiology and positions within the pharmaceutical and agrochemical sectors.
The common thread to all careers in biosciences is that they all require the application of scientific principles to understand and solve biological challenges or identify opportunities for development.
Some large employers of bioscientists will offer structured apprenticeship programmes designed to train school-leavers in biosciences as well as giving them hands-on experience in a laboratory and office environment. There are also opportunities outside of structured Degree Apprenticeship (Qualification Level 6) Foundation Degree Apprenticeship programmes (Level 5), for instance entry-level laboratory technician positions, although there will be a limit to your progression in biosciences if you do not complete the academic study offered in a Degree Apprenticeship.
Some example biosciences careers include: