This course concentrates on the core principles that underpin Science and Engineering. We focus on developing your scientific and analytical skills, whilst linking them to some of the most pressing problems facing the world today, such as renewable energy, healthcare and climate change. The course is designed to be both intensive and challenging, and will provide you with skills that are highly valued by universities.
Students have the opportunity to select a wide range of module combinations including Biology and Psychology and Computer Science and Chemistry. Our Physics module is also available to students seeking progression to a wide range of engineering related courses.
Combined with a strong practical element, both lectures and seminars provide the academic framework for the Science and Engineering course. This is complemented by a range of other activities such as case studies, problem solving and project work. You will have plenty of contact with the staff who will teach you with 18 hours of contact time per week and up to 5 hours per week of English Language. This will leave any remaining time for independent learning, researching and preparing for assessments, lectures and seminars. Assessments will take a variety of different forms allowing you to demonstrate the range of skills.
The flexibility of the Science stream provides you with a range of options for continuing study and will equip you with the skills needed to enter undergraduate courses in areas such as Engineering, Chemical Engineering or the Life Sciences, depending on the options you choose.
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