School of Biological Sciences
NTU School of Biological Sciences (SBS) explores new knowledge and discoveries in molecular biology that will have major impact on the life sciences, widely acknowledged as the next technological revolution after the Internet. Many governments, life sciences industries, universities and research organisations are building up their capabilities, research and infrastructure in this area.
The next technological revolution after the Internet
Our graduates are expected to fill the rapidly increasing demand for researchers and a talent pool to fill a high-quality workforce for the life sciences industry. The development of technology has enabled learning platforms linked to outcome-based learning objectives, which provide our students with continuous access to the subject content. This not only creates a more interactive classroom environment, but provides an avenue for students to develop creative skills in applying their knowledge, essential for future work environment.More about us
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
This 4-year degree offers broad-based training in biological sciences and prepares graduates for challenging careers in Life Sciences research and industry.
Double Degree in Bachelor of Sciences in Biomedical Sciences and Bachelor of Chinese Medicine
This innovative “East Meets West” bilingual programme trains students in biomedical sciences research and the principles and practice of Chinese Medicine.
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and Psychology
In collaboration with the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, this highly inter-disciplinary degree offers students the opportunity to specialize ...
SBS Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Programme (By Research)
The School of Biological Sciences is committed to implement current best practices in the training of our graduate students..
Master in Science Programme (By Research)
The School of Biological Sciences is committed to implement current best practices in the training of our graduate students.
SBS collaborates with local and international research institutes, universities and hospitals, sharing a common goal to advance basic knowledge and translational application in the biological and biomedical sciences.