Biomedical Sciences BSc (Hons)
Five GCSEs at grade C or above including English Language and Mathematics
Plus one of the following:
- GCE and VCE Advanced Level:
300 UCAS Tariff points including 100 UCAS Tariff points in Biology
- Edexcel/BTEC National:
Distinction, Distinction, Merit. Must include a significant amount of Biology
- Scottish Highers:
BBBBC at Higher level including grade B in Biology, BBC at Advanced Higher, including grade B in Biology
- Irish Highers:
ABBBB including Biology
- Progression Diploma:
Grade C in the Progression Diploma, plus 100 UCAS Tariff points from GCE A level Biology.
- IB Diploma:
26 points including Biology at Higher level
- HEFC Access:
Two Distinctions and four Merits including Human Biology, plus Toolbox
- Other QAA-recognised access programme:
Full Access award to include a significant component of Biology at Level 3. Some units should be achieved at distinction, others at merit. Access course students without GCSEs are not required to take these qualifications in addition to their Access award, but must ensure that any required subjects are fully met within their access course
- Return to Learning:
We welcome applications from mature students and are willing to consider, on an individual basis, those who do not meet traditional entry criteria. We are strongly supportive of the University's Higher Education Foundation Course (HEFC), which provides an excellent basis for preparing adult students for entry to Higher Education - more details are available from the Return to Learning Service.
- International/English Language Requirements:
Normally for students whose first language is not English evidence of having reached the equivalent of IELTS 6.0* TOEFL (550 paper-based, 80 internet-based), is required before entry. As well as the internationally-known IELTS and TOEFL tests, the University also accepts many other English language qualifications. Please contact the Admissions Office where staff will be happy to advise you.
*For each of the components within IELTS, applicants must not drop below 0.5 of the required level.
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