Our teachers are active in internationally recognised research, so you will benefit from working with those at the cutting edge of developments.
Teaching methods include:
You will also have a personal tutor who will oversee your academic progress and personal wellbeing.
The school has longstanding links with the School of Biosciences, which offers courses that focus on applied environmental biology and animal, plant, agricultural and food science. You will have the opportunity to take optional modules in these areas.
In all courses, formal exams, together with continuous assessments, determine your overall mark. The first year is a qualifying year which you must pass, but your marks do not affect your overall degree. Marks gained in subsequent years make up your final degree classification.
There will be some opportunities for study abroad in the second year depending on your course. Some of our courses have an integrated year at our Malaysia campus such as the BSc Tropical Sciences programme. For more details about study abroad check the prospectus course pages.
We're consistently named as one of the most targeted universities by Britain’s leading graduate employers.*
There is a strong demand for graduates trained in the subjects we offer. Some students find employment and career opportunities in relevant areas such as:
Others find employment in careers not directly related to their field of study, such as:
Many of our students go on to further study and research, either at Nottingham or elsewhere. See the careers page for further details.
* The Graduate Market 2013-2016, High Fliers Research.
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