Chemistry degrees provide a solid base of core modules including organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. Study includes laboratory work, theory and research, where you will typically specialise in the third year.
Entry requirements typically ask for A-levels in chemistry, maths and another science. UCAS points range from 260 upwards. Students may be considered for a Foundation Degree if these grades are not met.
Chemistry will develop your numerical ability, problem solving, analysis, interpersonal skills and research; all highly valued by employers. Careers range from analytical and medical chemists to research roles, in a range of industries including pharmaceuticals and food.