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A pass in an approved Access to Science course, together with a supporting reference is required.
A pass in the Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma to include grades BB at GCE Advanced Level Chemistry plus another science or Maths subject.
Grades AAABB in Scottish Highers, including Chemistry, Physics, Biology and English Language, are required. Applicants should also offer two subjects (including Chemistry) at Advanced Higher level with AB grades
Applicants should normally achieve the qualifications (Highers or Advanced Highers) at the first attempt of the examinations (unless mitigating circumstances can be demonstrated).
Applicants must offer 6 subjects at Higher Level and obtain A1, A1, B1, B1, B1, B1 grades including Chemistry & Biology. English must be passed to at least Standard Level with grade B.
Applicants should normally achieve the qualifications at the first attempt of the examinations.
Applicants require an overall total of 34 points for entry. Two sciences (from Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Mathematics or Statistics) must be offered at Higher Level, one of which is Chemistry. A minimum of 18 points must be achieved in the Higher Level subjects including a 6 in Chemistry.
Applicants must offer the Diploma with a final overall mark of at least 70% (7.0 out of 10). Chemistry (and preferably Biology) with individual grades of at least 7.5 in year 7 are required.
The 18 unit BTEC National Diploma in Science at Distinction (DDD) level is an acceptable qualification for entry when accompanied by A2 Level Chemistry at grade B.
Applicants must offer GCE A2 Level Chemistry with at least grade B, in addition to a minimum score of 14/20 in each of Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics in the French Baccalaureate Serie S (Science).
Students with other European qualifications will be considered on an individual basis.
Applicants should possess five Advanced Placement tests, including Biology, Chemistry, English and Mathematics, with grades 4 or 5 at least to High School Diploma level. Students should also offer Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT I and SAT II) to at least 650 points.
For candidates whose first language is not English, the following qualifications satisfy the minimum requirement:
In the case of applicants whose first language is not English, competence in the English language is also a criterion of admission.
More information on English Language Requirements
There are no specific additional requirements for admission.
Candidates with subjects to resit will have their applications considered without additional conditions attached. Previous achievements (different from the subject(s) to be repeated) will be taken into consideration alongside qualifications to be attempted.
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