The College of Science offers exciting industry-relevant programmes in subjects including chemistry, computer science, engineering, food manufacturing, geography, mathematics, medicine and physics. It works at the forefront of new discoveries, from developing more effective radiotherapy treatment for cancer sufferers to ground-breaking research into climate change.
Students that study STEM subjects can help shape our world and tackle our biggest problems. Cardiff University has a thriving innovation culture, with student entrepreneurship at its core. You’ll be inspired by all the innovative ways in which you can help change the future.
With academic expertise, excellent facilities and placement opportunities, Bath’s chemical engineering undergraduate courses prepare you for a career in one of the UK’s highest paid professions. You could develop technologies, processes and products to change the world. Be part of something bigger. Study chemical engineering at Bath.
Fascinated by science? Curious about how life works? New for 2019, the University of Warwick’s Medical School has launched its exciting MSci Integrated Science programme. The flagship, research-led undergraduate course’s unique approach teaches you how to frame and solve scientific problems without boundaries.
The University of Cambridge, renowned for scientific achievement, offers its Science Summer Programme (7 July - 3 August) to adults of all backgrounds. Combine one-week courses, taught by specialists, for up to four weeks studying. Stay in a historic college for a true Cambridge experience.
Join the technological revolution changing the way we live, work, and relate to one another with a BSc (Hons) in Artificial Intelligence at Liverpool Hope University. Learn how to develop and utilise AI in a responsible, scientific and ethical way with leading experts.