University of Exeter Natural Sciences

By | 5th June 2017

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University of Exeter Natural Sciences

University of Exeter Natural Sciences, BSc

Our BSc Natural Sciences programme uniquely places scientific research at its core, with the first two years designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge required to undertake a real research project in one of the University’s research groups.

We will explore the scientific concepts required to explain the natural world; from the properties of novel nano-materials such as graphene, to the richness of the living world, and to complex dynamic systems such as the Earth’s climate.

You will develop an appreciation of scientific methodology and of how scientific advances are made in the 21st century. You will have opportunities to interact with leading researchers in student-led seminars and workshops, to undertake multidisciplinary group projects.

Hosted by the Colleges of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences and Life and Environmental Sciences, this interdisciplinary degree ensures that you build solid foundations in the fundamentals of physical, biological and mathematical sciences. In addition it provides flexibility for you to specialise in areas of specific interest as the programme progresses.

The innovative design of the programme, which exposes you to contemporary science, is uniquely inspired and underpinned by some of the exciting and world leading interdisciplinary research being carried out at the University of Exeter:

  • climate change and sustainable futures
  • systems biology
  • functional materials
  • extrasolar planets

In the third year of the programme you will have the opportunity to join a research group associated with these themes to undertake a real research project and contribute to cutting-edge science.

Our Natural Sciences programme will allow you to take full advantage of the growing demand in research organisations, industry and business for graduates who are able to work in the multidisciplinary scientific environments of the future.