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UCAS CODE F107
This course is accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry for partially meeting the academic criteria for Chartered Chemist (CChem). Students can experience the life and culture of Australia working at one of our partner institutions. Year 3 of the degree is spent in Australia taking chemistry courses equivalent to those based in Edinburgh. There are no local tuition fees to pay and accommodation is arranged by the host university. These are the most common jobs students go after graduating:
This course is accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry for partially meeting the academic criteria for Chartered Chemist (CChem). Students can experience the life and culture of Australia working at one of our partner institutions. Year 3 of the degree is spent in Australia taking chemistry courses equivalent to those based in Edinburgh. There are no local tuition fees to pay and accommodation is arranged by the host university. These are the most common jobs students go after graduating: Natural and social science professionals; Sales occupations; Science, engineering and technology associate professionals; Engineering professionals; Managers, directors and senior officials; Business, research and administrative professionals; Process, plant and machine operatives; Elementary occupations.
including Chemistry and Maths for entry to Year 1.For Year 2 entry: ABB including Chemistry and Maths.
including Chemistry and Maths.
in Chemistry and Mathematics, plus Highers ABBB for entry to Year 2.
with Higher Level Chemistry and Mathematics at 5 for entry to Year 1.For entry to Year 2: 35 points with Higher Level 6 Chemistry and Mathematics.
in a relevant subject (including sufficient Chemistry and Maths) for entry to Year 1.
HNC in a relevant subject (including sufficient Maths and Chemistry) with A in graded unit for entry to Year 1.
For Year 2 entry: HND in a relevant subject (including sufficient Maths and Chemistry) with BB in graded units. For Year 3 entry: HND in a relevant subject (including sufficient Maths and Chemistry) with AA in graded units.