Progression requirements for September 2018

The table below provides detailed information about which INTO programme and modules need to be studied to allow progression to a chosen subject, along with the grades that need to be achieve, to guaratee progression to the College of Life and Environmental Sciences in September 2018.

Foundation pathway

Leading to Level 1 undergraduate study.

Degree programmeAwardINTO pathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Biosciences
Animal Behaviour BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Biochemistry BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Biological Sciences BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Biological and Medicinal Chemistry BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Conservation Biology and Ecology BSc BLES 65

Mathematics 1                      

65
Evolutionary Biology BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Marine Biology BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Zoology BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Geography
Geography - Streatham BA BLES/HLSS 65 None 65
Geography - Streatham BSc BLES 65 None 65
Geography - Penryn BA/BSc BLES/HLSS 65 None 65
Psychology
Applied Psychology (Clinical) BSc BLES 65 Psychology & Interview 70
Psychology                                                                BSc BLES/HLSS 65 Psychology 70
Sport and Health Sciences
Exercise and Sport Sciences BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Interdisciplinary Programmes
Environmental Science BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Human Biosciences BSc BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Human Sciences BA BLES 65 Mathematics 1 65
Psychology with Sport and Exercise Science BSc BLES 65 Psychology 65
Natural Sciences BSc/MSci BLES 65 60 average across Foundation Maths and Mathematics 1 65

International Year One pathway

Leading to Level 2 undergraduate study.

Degree programme         Award INTO pathwayEnglish gradeCompulsory modulesOverall academic grade
Psychology 
Psychology      BSc Psychology IYO

65 (in Psychological Concepts, Language and Study Skills)

40 in Introduction to Statistics, to include 40 in the January exam component of the module

50