Learning and Teaching Handbook : 220.127.116.11: University Minimum Levels for English Language Entry and Accepted English Language Proficiency Tests. 1.
The University accepts IELTS, TOEFL iBT, Cambridge Proficiency (CPE), Cambridge Advanced (CAE) and the Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic as preferred English Language proficiency tests. IELTS, Cambridge Proficiency (CPE), Cambridge Advanced (CAE) and the Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic are also Secure English Language Tests (SELTS) accepted by UK Visas and Immigration for Tier 4 student visa purposes.
However, some applicants may experience difficulties in making the necessary arrangements to take these tests and alternatives may be acceptable in exceptional circumstances. Paragraphs 2 (i)-(p) outline alternative acceptable tests and paragraph 3 details tests currently deemed not acceptable as reliable evidence of English language proficiency. 2. Preferred Tests: a. B. C. D. E. F. G.
SEFP (Biological Sciences 4 year) Overview The Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (SEFP) at Queen Mary is one of the longest established and most highly-regarded foundation programmes in the UK.
The foundation year of this programme is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to undertake undergraduate degrees in the fields of science and engineering. The SEFP is open to both home and international students. The foundation year of this programme prepares students for entry to the first year of BSc/BEng degree programmes in the following departments at Queen Mary: Biological and Chemical Sciences, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Engineering and Materials Science, Environmental Science, Mathematics and Physics.
The programme is taught entirely at the Mile End campus by university staff. Why study the Science and Engineering Foundation Programme at Queen Mary? Students on the SEFP at Queen Mary benefit from: Structure. BSc Biological Sciences with Foundation (C104) - Course Information. Course Content Description Foundation Centre (Year 0) The Foundation Year contains a number of compulsory and discipline-specific modules.
Compulsory modules are designed to develop higher level learning skills and familiarise students with studying and assessment at degree level. Discipline-specific modules help lay a foundation of knowledge that students will build upon as they progress to their chosen degree courses. BSc (Hons) in Biosciences (with a foundation year) : Biology : ... We continue to develop and update our modules for 2014 entry to ensure you have the best student experience.
In addition to the course structure below, you may find it helpful to refer to the Modules tab. Core content Years 1 and 2 You take a range of biology modules designed to give you a broad introduction to modern biological research, with opportunities to select areas of particular interest Year 3 You specialise in areas of biology that most appeal to you by choosing from a wide range of final-year options, and you gain hands-on experience of research by carrying out a research project How will I learn? During the first year you gain valuable study skills from a variety of different teaching methods including lectures, tutorials and practicals, allowing you to get the most from your degree. Life Sciences with a Foundation Year (4 or 5 Years) - 2015 entry. UCAS course code UCAS institution code Degree awarded Foundation Course Duration 1 (as part of 4/5 yr integrated degree programme) Typical A-level offer Students are accepted from a wide range of backgrounds.
Full entry requirements Typical International Baccalaureate offer See GCE A-level requirements. How to apply. Undergraduate Study. Overview Our course Psychology is very diverse and overlap with various disciplines such as anthropology, computer science, linguistics, neuroscience, philosophy, sociology and many others.
Psychological and Behavioural Sciences (PBS) at Cambridge gives you the opportunity to study cognitive, social, developmental and biological psychology within the broader context of the behavioural sciences. The course covers, for example, cognitive psychology, psychopathology, language, brain mechanisms, gender, family relationships and influences, personality, and group social behaviour. Research projects and a dissertation also enable you to study the topics that interest you most in greater depth. Teaching and facilities In the Department of Psychology, you’re taught by lecturers and researchers of international excellence.
Admissions requirements and advice — Natural Sciences Tripos. Please note that admissions to the University are handled by the Colleges.
This information is taken from the University's Undergraduate Prospectus and offers a guide to the typical requirements for Natural Sciences at Cambridge. You should also refer to individual College websites for any specific requirements and subject preferences, and contact College admissions offices for further advice. In the following, 'science/mathematics subjects' refers to Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Further Mathematics. It does not include Psychology. What are the best A Levels to take? Number of subjects You must have at least two science/mathematics A Levels (or equivalent) and you will find it helpful to have a strong knowledge base across a wide range of science and mathematics subjects. If you have only two science/mathematics A Levels (or equivalent), your choice of Part IA subject options will be restricted.
Which subjects are required? Other qualifications The short answer is no. Upc - brochure. Experimental Psychology — Natural Sciences Tripos.