BSAS UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERSHIP
We are incredibly passionate about championing animal science and technology at all stages, which includes making sure that those who desire a career in animal science have all the tools you need to achieve your career goals.
Early Career Council
Our Early Careers Council can offer tailored support, resources, and training, which includes hosting regular workshops where students can hone their skills on topics such as academic writing best practice, how to get published and obtaining funding.
To find out more about the Early Career Council, click here.Download
At a cost of just £10 a year, a BSAS membership offers some fantastic resources for undergraduates, from networking opportunities with leading academia and industry contacts across the globe, to access to awards and grants and discounts on our wide variety of conferences and industry workshops.
To become an Undergraduate Member click here.
Early Career Awards
We have a dedicated range of awards, grants and scholarships specifically targeted at supporting students and those in their early careers, which enables you to gain access to funding for training opportunities, and a number of career defining experiences that can help enhance your skills and professional development.
For further information on our awards and grants click here.Download
By requesting a BSAS Mentor, you will gain invaluable access to the knowledge, feedback, and advice of a more experienced academic or industry member in animal science.
“Seeing our undergraduates students identifying gaps and planning professional development, increasing their confidence and achieving personal and career goals through the mentoring scheme, is among its most rewarding aspects and creates an excellent breeding ground for innovation”
Click here to read more about being mentored.
The BSAS Buddy Up Scheme allows those in a similar stage in their career to meet on a more informal basis to share experiences, act as a sounding board and offer each other more general support.
Click here to find out more about Buddying Up.
Undergraduate Thesis of the Year
Newly launched in 2020, this award recognises and celebrates the hard work and quality of undergraduate theses. Supervisors are invited to submit up to 2 of their best presented theses or dissertations by undergraduates submitted in 2021. The winner will get the opportunity to present at the BSAS Annual Conference 2022.
"I’m very grateful for the unanimous vote of the committee in recognising my hard work, which I thoroughly enjoyed. It has given me huge amount of confidence as I start my journey to becoming a vet“