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Bachelor degrees

Otherwise known as a 'first' or 'ordinary' degree, a bachelor degree will give you a thorough understanding of the course you are studying, as well as provide you with key skills to take into your professional career.

A bachelor degree is a course of study that takes between three to four years to complete, depending on whether or not you choose to do a course which includes a year abroad or a year in industry.

We offer several different bachelor degrees. Please note that an academic school may offer more than one degree type:

BA

A Bachelor of Arts is awarded to students who complete their studies in the liberal arts or humanities. They are awarded by the Schools of:

BSc

A Bachelor of Science is awarded to students who complete their studies in the sciences. They are awarded by the Schools of:

BDS

A Bachelor of Dentistry is awarded to students who complete their studies in dentistry. They are awarded by the Schools of Dentistry and Healthcare Studies.

BEng

A Bachelor of Engineering is awarded to students who complete their studies in engineering. They are awarded by the School of Engineering.

BScEcon

A Bachelor of Science and Economics is awarded to students who complete their studies in the sciences and economics. They are awarded by the Schools of Business, European Languages, Translation and Politics, History, Archaeology and Religion and Social Sciences.

BMid

A Bachelor of Midwifery is awarded to students who complete their studies in midwifery. They are awarded by the School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies.

BN

A Bachelor of Nursing is awarded to students who complete their studies in nursing. They are awarded by the School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies.

MBBCh

A Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery is awarded to students who complete their studies in medicine. They usual take five to six years to complete and are awarded by the School of Medicine.

LLB

A Bachelor of Law is awarded to students who complete their studies in law. They are awarded by the Schools of Law, European Languages, Translation and Politics, Social Sciences, and Welsh.

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