Minimum entry requirements
- Length of study: From 3 terms
- Hours per week: 20
- Maximum class size: 12
- Typical student age: 17 - 24
Typical student mix:
27% European, 45% Far Eastern, 28% Other
Dates and fees
- Start dates:
Tuition fees: From 14995.00 GBP
Tuition length options
- Our admin fee: 49 GBP
- Enrolment fee: 150.00 GBP
- Textbooks per term: 60.00 GBP
- Other expenses:
What will I study?
Academic English and Study Skills
Improve and develop your skills in academic reading, writing, listening and speaking. By doing practical tasks you will develop the skills to read and interpret academic texts and write academic assignments.
This module covers the basic principles of organisation in living systems from biochemistry, genetics and cells, to whole organisms, populations and ecosystems.
You'll explore various principles of organic, inorganic and physical chemistry including atomic structure and chemical bonding, synthesis of organic compounds, acids and bases, reaction kinetics and thermodynamics.
Topics covered include key physical quantities, kinematics, forces and collisions, waves, electricity, radioactivity and the nucleus, work, energy and power.
Mathematics for Science
Provides you with an understanding of the key mathematical topics relevant to the sciences, including trigonometry, differential and integral calculus, logarithms and probability and statistics.
You will gain an understanding in a number of topics including counting techniques, concepts of arithmetic and geometric series, vectors, complex numbers and their algebra, trigonometry and transcendental functions, linear algebra and numerical methods for solving equations.
Plus ONE of the following options:
You'll use your knowledge of forces and thermodynamics and apply these to weather and climate. You'll also further your understanding of forces and waves and apply it to geophysical sciences.
An exploration of the principles of electrochemistry, analytical chemistry and spectroscopic techniques.
Where will it take me?
The Physical Sciences and Mathematics option leads to the following Bachelor degrees at the University of East Anglia:
School of Chemistry and School of Mathematics
- BSc Chemical Physics
- MChem Chemical Physics with a year in North America
- BSc Natural Sciences
- BSc Mathematics
- MMath Mathematics
- BSc Mathematics with Business
School of Computing Science and School of Environmental Science
- BSc Business Information Systems
- BSc Computer Graphics
- BEng Computer Systems Engineering
- BSc Computing for Business
- BSc Computing for Business with a Year in Industry
- BSc Computing Science
- BSc Computing Science, Imaging and Multimedia
- BSc Computing Science with a Year in Industry
- BSc Software Engineering
- BSc Climate Science
- MSci Climate Science
- BSc Environmental Geography and Climate Change
- MSci Environmental Geography and Climate Change
- BSc Environmental Geophysics
- MSci Environmental Geophysics
- BSc Meteorology and Oceanography
- MSci Meteorology and Oceanography
School of Social Work and Psychology
- BSc Psychology