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    I am applying for natural sciences through ucas extra and I'm wondering whether this degree is looked upon in respect of doing chemistry and biology and maths courses. The name, of the degree could be mistaken by employers as a degree covering environmental science or something. Any experiences from anyone who studied natural sciences degree would be useful thankyou
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    Are you referring to the natural sciences degree at Cambridge University?
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    (Original post by Sam1357)
    I am applying for natural sciences through ucas extra and I'm wondering whether this degree is looked upon in respect of doing chemistry and biology and maths courses. The name, of the degree could be mistaken by employers as a degree covering environmental science or something. Any experiences from anyone who studied natural sciences degree would be useful thankyou
    My friend has and it is widely respected! Natural sciences is essentially covering the basics of science-understanding the fundamentals essentially. It's a great course if you want to go into research/pharmacy or any science field for that matter (obviously excluding engineering!) If anyone does as you what you cover in Natural science then just state the first year modules as they lay the foundation of your degree as a whole!
 
 
 
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