Chemistry allows you to learn more about the structure of the world around you through experiments and find out about the chemical reactions that we encounter every day, whether it be in breathing, baking or driving a car.
It is through Chemistry that we are able to understand and examine the world around us. Chemistry bridges the gap between biology and physics, forming the basis for medicine, designer plastics and even the stars themselves. You will master all three types of chemistry; inorganic, physical and organic chemistry with lots of hands on and practical work. Chemistry is essential for lots of science and health based courses at uni and highly desirable for many other degree choices. Exploring the chemical reactions we encounter every day and combining this into a full study programme whilst experiencing the workplace and communicating with employers and universities will set you on the right path to an exciting career.
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5 GCSEs at grade 4-9 (A*-C) including English, plus Maths + 2 Science GCSEs at 6 (B)
Studying chemistry will open doors you may not have even thought of. In uncovering the reasons why everything around you happens and developing both practical skills and theoretical knowledge you can open the door to thousands of different career opportunities. From nuclear and biological chemistry, chemical engineering and teaching to medicine, research, pharmacy and nanotechnology, Chemistry will give you a universal and influential qualification to realise your ambitions