Life Sciences as a Career Choice
With the immense growth in the field of Life Science since the past decade, job prospects have grown in a multiple sectors. Graduates now can work in biomedical and pharmaceutical research, academic teaching, medicine, management, intellectual property law, forensics, bioethics etc. In addition to above, life science students can work as Botanist, Microbiologist, Mycologist, Forester, Geneticist, Zoologist, Anatomist, Animal Scientist, Biochemist, Biomedical Engineer, Developmental Biologist, Ecologist, Epidemiologist, Food Scientist, Horticulturist, Immunologist, Marine Biologist, Medical Illustrator, Medical Laboratory Technician, Nutritionist, Palaeontologist, Pathologist, Pharmacologist, Physiologist, Science Writer etc. Some life scientists are also employed by botanical gardens, zoos, museums, aquariums, schools, libraries, farms, health clubs, parks, government and research foundations or even private companies.
What you will learn at DBU:
More than 279 blue companies visit campus on a daily basis.