At the UTC we prepare our students for the world of work and jobs of the future. Our alumni have left us to work and study in top organisations in science, engineering and healthcare, from the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology to a PhD at London’s Francis Crick Institute.
If you are a former Life Sciences UTC student, you can register to stay in touch with us here. We will send you a termly newsletter with the latest news from the school and information about what other past students are doing now.
Here you can read all about our former students talk about their experiences at the UTC, and beyond.
"A lot of work we did in the labs went above and beyond the curriculum and allowed me to indulge my interest in learning outside of that."
After studying at Liverpool Life Sciences UTC, Daniel went to the University of York to study biochemistry. Daniel graduated from his undergraduate degree in summer 2018 and then embarked on a PhD at Francis Crick Institute. Read about his experience at the UTC here…
"The teaching staff were so enthusiastic and the UTC’s approach was different. I liked doing 9-5, in a more adult environment."
Medical Student Beth was one of the UTC’s first students in 2013. Since leaving us she’s completed her medical degree at Queen Mary, University of London. Read about the opportunities she gained as a UTC student here…
"While some schools chase 100% of their students going to university, it's not always right for everyone and the UTC was willing to look into different paths for me."
David graduated from the UTC in summer 2017, and is now an undergraduate engineer at the prestigious Dyson Institue of Engineering and Technology. Read about how the UTC helped his get where he is today here…