Hello, I take biology, chemistry and physics at alevel. does anyone know of any physics undergraduate courses i could do?
Physics BSc (Hons) at University of Kent: "ABB, including A level Mathematics or Physics at B" (details)
Physics BSc (Hons) Foundation Entry at University of Central Lancashire: "UCAS: 64 points including 32 from A Level or AS Level Maths or Physics" (details)
BSc/MPhys Physics with an Integrated Foundation Year at University of Manchester: "ABB, where a student has two relevant subjects." ... "The subjects considered to be relevant are Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Statistics, and Computer Science. (details)
It's great to hear that you are interested in studying Physics at University!
Here at the University of Central Lancashire we do offer Physics courses at undergraduate level. Let me tell you a bit more about studying Physics at UCLan:
- Our students benefit from learning in state-of-the-art physics teaching laboratories - Our Alston Observatory is one of the largest teaching observatories with £200,000 recent investment in the most powerful modern telescope available in the UK - Physics and Astronomy is ranked 2nd in the North West for student satisfaction (Complete University Guide, 2024) - We are proud to have a broad range of UCLan Physics graduates working at high profile businesses such as BAE and NASA.
If this sounds like something you are interested in then you can discover all of our Physics courses here.
Please let me know if you have any questions and I'd be more than happy to help.