Gift Packs

Limited edition gift packs include everything you will need for the laboratory, plus the option to include a course gift certificate.

BioGrad Gift Pack

BioGrad Clinical Gift Pack - £49.99

Includes Clinical Coat, Stethoscope, ‘Getting into Medical School’ book, BioGrad pen and postage.

BioGrad Laboratory Gift Pack - £49.99

Includes Clinical Coat, Stethoscope, ‘Getting into Medical School’ book, BioGrad pen and postage.

Gift packs can be purchased by calling the BioGrad office on 0151 482 9695 or contacting us using this form. Complimentary gift packs are included in the price of the below courses (limited dates only).

Last date for guaranteed Christmas delivery is 1pm on 20th December.

As with all BioGrad courses, Gift Pack courses can be reserved with a 25% deposit if booking more than 4 weeks in advance, with remaining fees payable 4 weeks before the course start date.

Gift packs will be delivered directly to the purchaser rather than the student. Please enter your own details on the registration form as we will send the gift pack to your address and contact you via email to confirm laboratory coat size required.

To find out more about each course below, please click the course title or see the 'courses' menu in the navigation bar.

Course Payment:

All payments are taken securely with PayPal. All major debit and credit cards are accepted so you don’t need a PayPal account.

There are two payment options available:

  • Pay in full at the time of booking
  • Pay in 2 - 25% deposit with the remainder due 28 days before the course commences (only available if booking more than 28 days in advance)

There is no charge for early payment, which can be made via PayPal at any time.


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  • “My lab tutor was a skilful and talented teacher. He was able to simplify complex topics so all of the students could understand and then followed up to ensure we all fully grasped the techniques being taught. He made sure that any errors were rectified immediately so that we were always learning the correct techniques"
    Lucy - Introduction to Genetics
  • "I attended the course because I wanted to work in the pharmaceutical industry but didn't have enough lab based experience. After the course I had experience in some of the most up to date techniques, taught by researchers working in the pharmaceutical industry. During the lunch time I was able to chat with all of the tutors and seek their advice for securing the job I wanted. Through the experience and advice I received I managed to secure a graduate level job in a small pharmaceutical company. I cannot recommend this course enough!"
    Josep (Graduate researcher) - Practical skills in drug discovery
  • "I received excellent tuition from a patient teacher who had an incredible enthusiasm for laboratory research. Under her tutelage and supervision, I acquired many laboratory skills in the area of cell culture techniques and high throughput screening for pre-clinical drug discovery."
    Akang (Research Scientist) - Introduction to mammalian cell culture and Practical drug discovery
  • "This was the first time I had the chance to perform practical laboratory techniques which I had only seen in lectures before this point. The tutors let us try a number of different ways to quantify cells and gave us the time and guidance to perfect our own techniques."
    Mark - Introduction to mammalian cell culture
  • "I was taught by an experienced researcher who gave us the opportunity to work with many different cell types. I was able to see the differences between the morphology and growth rates of different cells for myself. I also had the opportunity to try a number of different techniques which gave me confidence to apply for PhD's requiring cell culture experience."
    Gail (PhD researcher) - Introduction to mammalian cell culture
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