Graduates of our B.A. (mod.) degrees in Genetics and Human Genetics have gone on to careers in diverse fields, many in science or areas related to it. These include academic research and teaching, the ever-growing field of biotechnology, agriculture, forensics, journalism, patent law, governmental organisations and many more. For those who choose a nonscientific career, the skills of critical thinking and problem-solving provided by the Moderatorships in Genetics and Human Genetics are in high demand in all fields.
ERC Support Opportunities
The Genetics department supports Starting and Consolidator ERC or equivalent grant applicants after review by an internal committee. Applicants interested in seeking the support of the Genetics department for such an award, should submit their CV and draft project outline to email@example.com at least 3 months prior to their intended date of submission.