The BSc Chemistry is one of our most popular courses and is our most flexible three year degree programme. It is ideally suited to those wishing to study a more broadly-based chemistry degree, as you will be able to define your own learning programme by choosing from the broad range of modules offered by the School of Chemistry.
Making a choice between an MChem or BSc course can be difficult. If you are at all unsure which course is right for you then you need not worry; you will be given advice before you begin studying with and whilst you are a student here. At UEA, transferring between the two courses is straightforward during the first two years because of the universal underlying structure of our courses. Progression is dependent on academic achievement, and it is the grades you achieve during your studies with us that determine whether you are eligible to transfer between courses, not your A-level grades.
A Level: ABB including Chemistry and a second science or Mathematics
International Baccalaureate: 32 points to include HL Chemistry at grade 5 and one other HL Science or Maths at grade 5
Scottish Highers: AABBB including Higher Level Chemistry and a second science
Scottish Advanced Highers: ABB including Advanced Higher Level Chemistry and a second science
Irish Leaving Certificate: AABBBB including Chemistry and a second science at Higher Level
Access Course: Pass Access to HE Diploma with Distinction in 36 credits at Level 3 (to include 12 credits of Chemistry and 12 credits of a second science) and Merit in 9 credits at Level 3
BTEC: DDD with a minimum of 6 Chemistry units and 6 Maths units
European Baccalaureate: Overall 75% with at least 70% in Chemistry and a second science
We offer excellent academic and student support services, and in the latest set of employment figures, 88% of our undergraduates, who were available for work, found work or study within six months of leaving.
Our MChem and BSc courses in Chemistry are accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) as satisfying the academic requirements for Chartered Chemists (CChem) for graduates with first or second class honours degrees. More details about this can be found here. Our Forensic and Investigative Chemistry degree is accredited by the Forensic Science Society. Furthermore, all of our Chemical Physics degrees are recognised by the Institute of Physics.
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