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UCAS CODE H6W3
**ELECTRONICS WITH MUSIC**:- Electronics with Music combines musical interests with a thorough study of modern electronics. Graduates of this degree programme are fully qualified electronics and electrical engineers with particular skills in music technology. If you are an accomplished performer, you may be admitted to performance options.
Must include Mathematics, Music and Physics.Applicants will receive an offer conditional on attaining AAB. Applicants who achieve AAB are guaranteed entry. Applicants who achieve grades less than AAB but higher than BBB will be considered for entry.
Must include Mathematics, Music and Physics.
3 HL subjects at 6,6,5 including Mathematics, Music and Physics. (SL 6 may be considered for one of the HL subjects).
The University of Glasgow welcomes students from over 140 countries around the world, offering a modern learning environment in the largest city in Scotland.
The university consists of four colleges:
College of Arts
College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
College of Science and Engineering
College of Social Sciences
There are three main campuses making up the university – Dumfries Campus, surrounded by 85 acres of parkland, Garscube Campus, which is home to the outdoor sports facilities, and the neo-Gothic Main Building at Gilmorehill Campus, which is 3 miles away from the city centre, and so beautiful that even wedding functions are held there!
Alumni of the university include seven Nobel Prize winners, a Prime Minister and Scotland’s First Minister, while Albert Einstein gave a lecture on the theory of relativity back in 1933.
Where you'll study
University Of Glasgow
Glasgow, City Of