Updates to the printed undergraduate prospectus

   
   

The following changes have been made to entry requirements and course availability since the printing of the 2018 and 2019 undergraduate prospectuses.

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New/closed courses and changes to entry requirements for 2019 entry

2019 undergraduate prospectus updates
Biosciences (new courses)

The school have had the following new course approved for 2019 entry:

J703 Biotechnology MSci

B403 Nutrition MSci

C203 Plant Science MSci

 
Cancer Sciences (prospectus pages 120-121)

Changes to entry requirements:

The following courses require IB score 36 (6, 5 at Higher Level including two of biology, chemistry, physics or maths).

B131 Cancer Sciences BSc

B130 Cancer Sciences MSci

 
Computer Science (prospectus pages 157-160)
 
Consumer Behaviour: Food and Nutrition (new section)

The school have had the following new course approved for 2019 entry:

B4DF Consumer Behaviour: Food and Nutrition BSc

B4DN Consumer Behaviour: Food and Nutrition MSci

 
Education

The following course will not be running in 2019:

X3MA Education MArts

 
Geography (prospectus pages 186-188)

Changes to the entry requirements.

The following courses require A levels AAB, with no required subjects, or an IB score of 34, with no required subjects.

Applicants also need GCSE maths, 4 (C) or above.

L700 Geography BA

F800 Geography BSc

L7N1 Geography with Business BA

 
Liberal Arts (prospectus pages 78-79)
Geography will not be available as a subject area for BA Liberal Arts. However, in years two and three you will be able to study additional disciplines such as geography and classics as part of your degree.
 
 

 

New/closed courses and changes to entry requirements for 2018 entry

2018 undergraduate prospectus updates
Biosciences (prospectus pages 141-147)
 
Business (prospectus pages 171-174)

The following course will not be running in 2018:

N2T1 Management with Chinese Studies BA


The following courses no longer require Higher Level points as part of the International Baccalaureate requirement:

N410 Accountancy BSc

NN34 Finance, Accounting and Management BSc

L1N2 Industrial Economics BSc

L1N3 Industrial Economics with Insurance BSc

N200 Management BSc

N20A International Management BSc

 
Chemical and Environmental Engineering (prospectus pages 100-103)
 
Economics (prospectus page 177)

The following course will not be running in 2018.

L1T1 Economics with Chinese Studies 

 
Education (prospectus page 180)

Changes to entry requirements:

X3BA BA Education requires GCSE English and maths, 4 (C) or above.

 
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (prospectus pages 106-109)
 
Geography (prospectus page 182)

 The following courses will not be running in 2018:

L701 Geography MArts Hons

F801 Geography MSci Hons

 
History (prospectus page 73)

 Changes to entry requirements:

V100 History BA requires A levels AAA/AAB.

 
History of Art (prospectus page 77)

 Changes to entry requirements:

V350 History of Art BA requires A levels ABB.

 
Law (prospectus pages 184-185)

 Changes to entry requirements:

The following courses require A levels AAA.

M100 Law BA

M100 Law LLB


The following courses require IB 36; 6 in your chosen language at Higher Level

M1R1 BA Law with French and French Law

M1R2 BA Law with German and German Law

M1R4 BA Law with Spanish and Spanish Law

 
Liberal Arts (new section)

 The school have had the following new course approved for 2018 entry:

Y002 BA Liberal Arts

Y003 MArts Liberal Arts

 
Mathematical Sciences (prospectus page 157)

 The following courses will not be running in 2018:

GN12 Mathematics and Management BSc

 
Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering (prospectus pages 111-112)
 
Music (prospectus pages 86-87)

 The school have had the following new course approved for 2017 entry:

W370 BA Music and Music Technology (FT and PT)

 
Politics and International Relations (prospectus pages 186-189)

 The school have had the following new course approved for 2018 entry:

LT24 BA International Relations and Asian Studies

The following course will not be running in 2018:

T1L2 Contemporary Chinese Studies with International Relations BA

 
Sociology and Social Policy (prospectus pages 190-192)

 The following course has a new UCAS code:

L316 Criminology BA

 
Sport and Exercise Science (prospectus pages 127-128)

 The following course has a new UCAS code:

C600 Sport and Exercise Science BSc

 
Sport Rehabilitation and Exercise Science (prospectus pages 129-130)

 The following course has a new title and UCAS code:

C630 Sport Rehabilitation BSc

 
 

 

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