Plant Science MSci Hons

Our integrated masters course enables you to develop skills in project management, research and communications. Benefit from our international reputation for research, accessing teaching from experts across different aspects of plant science. 
Year of entry
2020
UCAS
C203
Duration
4 years full-time (available part-time)
Type of study
Full-time Part-time
A level offer
AAB-ABB
Required subjects

At least two science-based subjects at A level (biology is required; other subjects usually include chemistry, physics or maths but can include geography, geology, environmental studies and psychology), and an additional A level or equivalent.

IB score
34-32 (including 5 in two science subjects at Higher Level)
IELTS
6.0 (no less than 5.5 in any element)
UK/EU fees
£9250
International fees
£22620
Course location
Sutton Bonington Campus
Course places
10-12
School/department
Science Biosciences



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I chose Nottingham as this is the largest community of plant and crop researchers in the UK with access to amazing resources such as the Hounsfield facility where the ‘hidden half’ of plants is revealed by CT-Scanners. I’ve covered everything from molecular biology and how plants sense their environment to plant pathology, all of which I’ve loved.

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