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Okay I'm in yr 13 and I live in the UK. And I'm not sure what I would like to study for university. My favorite topics in A-level biology are: The heart (the cardiac cycle and structure of the heart), nervous coordination and homoeostasis.

I wanted to study anatomy and physiology but I literally cannot find any anatomy and physiology courses anywhere in the UK. And now I'm not sure what to do because I've wanted to do that for a while.

If someone does find an anatomy and physiology course in the UK, I'll be extreamely thankful. Would anyone else suggest me another degree I can study for.

I study A level biology, chemistry and maths
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This is another option
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There are lots of anatomy and/or physiology courses, even if you are only searching for those specific terms and not e.g. biomedical sciences, which functionally covers a lot of the same content (Oxford's BMS degree used to be called Physiological Sciences).

Bristol offers an Applied Anatomy degree, which includes both human and veterinary anatomy initially then you may specialise in either; it also has a Physiological Sciences course. Dundee, Glasgow, and Edinburgh all offer both subjects (as Anatomical Sciences/Anatomy/Anatomy and Development or Physiological Sciences/Physiology, respectively).

KCL offers both a degree in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology and Medical Physiology, and Pharmacology students have the option to transfer into a Physiology & Pharmacology joint course. UCL permits highly performing BMS students to transfer to a specialised Physiology degree after 1st year. They also offer a range of anatomy and physiology modules to all bioscience students including Human Sciences degree students (who may also take relevant subjects in biological anthropology through the anthropology and/or archaeology departments).

There are dozens more...also note that any anatomy degree will include quite a good chunk of physiology, as it is necessary for that main subject of study. Additionally many physiology courses offer the opportunity to study anatomy on them (likewise some BMS degrees allow that possibility as well).
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(Original post by muhammad0112)
Okay I'm in yr 13 and I live in the UK. And I'm not sure what I would like to study for university. My favorite topics in A-level biology are: The heart (the cardiac cycle and structure of the heart), nervous coordination and homoeostasis.

I wanted to study anatomy and physiology but I literally cannot find any anatomy and physiology courses anywhere in the UK. And now I'm not sure what to do because I've wanted to do that for a while.

If someone does find an anatomy and physiology course in the UK, I'll be extreamely thankful. Would anyone else suggest me another degree I can study for.

I study A level biology, chemistry and maths
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