Applied Sciences at USW

Whether you want to gain a recognised qualification or you're eager to develop your skills, we offer the opportunity to study science at various higher educational levels.


Study Science

Icon: Study ScienceFrom foundation years to  Masters degrees, we have a range of flexible courses to suit you.

Our Accreditations

Icon: AccreditationsMany of our courses carry professional accreditations to ensure your studies are benchmarked against industry.

Visit Us

Icon: LocationWe hold a series of Open Days throughout the year, come along and see for yourself what we have to offer.


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Study Science

From foundation years to Masters degrees, we have a range of flexible courses to suit you. We offer highly regarded degrees in traditional sciences such as biology, chemistry, geography and geology, as well as specialist courses such as forensic science, international wildlife biology, and natural history.


Our Accreditations

An accredited degree is a marker of the quality of the student learning experience, and indicates that professional standards are being met. This gives you the assurance that the course content, teaching, learning environment and the skills acquired by our students are of a standard expected within the industry.

Professional bodies set the benchmark for employee standards and can unlock doors to high-level jobs. We make sure that these standards are built into all our science courses, giving you the best chance of getting that dream job after graduation.

Many of our science degrees carry accreditation or recognition from professional bodies, such as the Royal Society of Biology, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences.



Visit Us

Come along to an Open Day to see if the university is right for you. You can explore our campuses, meet the people who’ll be teaching you and chat to current students about what it’s really like to study here.

 

 

If you’re thinking of studying a part-time or postgraduate course, come and chat to our teaching staff in more detail about the course, research and career opportunities.