University of Bath Natural Sciences

By | 12th April 2017

University of Bath Natural Sciences

University of Bath

Course info

This programme allows students to combine subjects throughout the course in order to achieve the wide range of skills and intellectual experience that many employers desire in graduates. The core subjects of the degree are: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Pharmacology, Physics and Mathematics (a supporting subject only). For students desiring a broader range of choice, one subject from the following list can also be taken: Management, Education, Languages (either as part of the programme or as an additional unit), Psychology and Social Sciences. The programme provides conceptual and factual knowledge of core aspects of chosen sciences, and guide students in ways of approaching and analysing scientific issues, so that they can reach appropriate conclusions. It enables graduates to pursue professional careers or proceed to further study.

Entry requirements

Typical grades A*AA

ExamsGrades / PointsDetailed entry requirements
A LevelA*AAMin. units required: 3. Min. units preferred: 3. Grade A in Mathematics A-Level is essential. We also have a strong preference for applicants who offer 2 core sciences (from Biology, Chemistry or Physics) alongside Mathematics. However, please contact admissions@bath.ac.uk if you are only studying one core science alongside Mathematics, to discuss whether your subject combination is suitable.We may also consider applicants with AS Level Maths at grade A (or equivalent) for a restricted selectio
SQA Advanced Highernot suppliedAAAAB at Higher Level, plus grade A in Advanced Higher Mathematics and grade A in 2 further core sciences (from Biology, Chemistry or Physics) at Advanced Higher level.We have a strong preference for applicants who offer 2 core sciences (from Biology, Chemistry or Physics) alongside Mathematics. However please contact admissions@bath.ac.uk if you are only studying ONE core science alongside Mathematics at Advanced Higher level, to discuss whether your subject combination is suitable.