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Undergraduate Study

Natural Sciences

88% of graduates in or due to start employment or further study 15 months after graduation

Based on full-time, first degree, UK domiciled students, HESA Graduate Outcomes survey 2018-19.

Opportunity to be an active participant in research, with an emphasis on scientific methodology.

Study the world through multiple scientific lenses, identifying the intrinsic links between biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computer science.

Contribute to our understanding of critical global issues, finding solutions to the challenges they present.

Natural Sciences at the University of Exeter

Our Natural Sciences degrees are specially designed to let you work across all the sciences without pathways or constraints.

We combine our expertise in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science to deliver a learning experience that draws directly upon our research, exploring exciting topics including mathematical and computational biology; materials science and materials chemistry; the science of oceans, atmospheres and climate; astrophysics; and energy research.

Our department is nurturing and supportive and we’ll encourage you to follow your interests and develop your own ideas as an independent scientist and researcher.

The flexibility of the course is amazing! Being able to choose modules from different departments and even outside of science allows for such an interesting learning experience.

It’s also great as the future of sciences is multidisciplinary so this course allows you to become a scientist that is able to possess skills across many disciplines. My favourite thing about studying in Exeter is the support network. The course leaders are so supportive and are always available to help you no matter how small the issue. That goes for the students too, the course is small so you get to know everyone really well, and this leads to an amazing community.

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Natasha

Studying Natural Sciences BSc at the University of Exeter