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    I was about to suggest engineering...
    You could probably go into a degree in any one of those A levels I would think, although without Further Maths an application for maths/ physics (or even engineering) may be a little weak. You may be able to get into some architecture related courses too, perhaps, although I think many unis require portfolios etc.
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    Maybe architecture? possibly physics (but a lot of physics courses I would assume require further maths to at least AS level)? perhaps a specific branch of engineering such as aeronautical or aerospace (since you want to do engineering).
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    By the way: This is the Postgraduate Forum.

    Concerning your A Levels: What is your fourth? I am not sure, it it is wise to choose Product design. Most universities with a decent course in Engineering/Material Science/Physics would prefer Chemistry or Further Math, Architecture is often looking for art, I think. Thus depending on the university, I think, you have not so many choices. Unless you absolutely love Product Design and these are exactly the subjects you will reach the highest marks, then it may be better. I would ask in the engineering forum and/or the general undergraduate forums.
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    I had offers from Birmingham Exeter Cardiff and Bath, all of which I got without further maths. You don't need further maths at A-Level at all to get offers for Physics degrees!


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    you can study Product Design Bsc and any pretty much any Industrial Product Design and Engineering Degrees. Most of the top universities ask for an A in either Maths or Physics for these though.
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    (Original post by Frandinola)
    you can study Product Design Bsc and any pretty much any Industrial Product Design and Engineering Degrees. Most of the top universities ask for an A in either Maths or Physics for these though.
    This thread is 3 years old. It's likely the OP has nearly finished their degree by now.
 
 
 
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