Entry requirements

For undergraduate courses:

GCE A/AS-levels Grades A*AA-AAA including Mathematics and one other science subject.
BTEC National Diploma/Certificate Considered on an individual basis.
Advanced Vocational A Levels (AVCE) Considered on an individual basis.
Scottish Qualifications Grades AAA at Advanced Highers including Mathematics and another science. 
Irish Leaving Certificate Contact us for further information.
International Baccalaureate 37-38 points overall including 18-19 points at Higher Level including Mathematics and one other Science.
European Languages For Chemical Engineering with Study in Europe you must have 'A' level in the language.
English Language For Chemical Engineering with Study in Europe you must have  an A Level Grade A in the Language.

Foundation Year

Would you like to study engineering here but don't have the right entry qualifications? Why not consider a Foundation Year course? 
Foundation Year courses are aimed at students of high academic ability who do not possess the appropriate qualifications for direct entry onto first year undergraduate courses. If you successfully complete the Foundation Year course you are guaranteed a place on the first year of your chosen course. You will study modules in pure and applied mathematics, physics, chemistry and biomolecular science according to your chosen course. You will also take supplementary modules such as communication skills and information and communications technology.

The Foundation Year course is also ideal for international students who have been awarded the National School Leaving Certificate after Year 12. British students complete their school education after Year 13. The Foundation Year course, therefore, provides education for the missing year.

International students whose English does not meet normal first year entry requirements (IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550) will also study for a recognised English Language qualification.  

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