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Through studying science you will receive a broad knowledge of biology, chemistry and physics topics. 

From learning about the human body, to chemical equations to energy processes science is a subject that is hugely varied.

Whilst studying science you will develop your maths, data handling, research, practical and communication skills.

There is a vast array of scientific careers that are available to science students with many people following a career in research, medical, education, technology or business job sectors.

As technology continues to change in the future there will always be a high demand for talented scientists. 

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Check out more than 800 other job profiles, the above list is just a selection of jobs where a love of science could take you, there will be loads more!

Examples of vocational courses that relate to science

  • Level 3 Applied Science - Exeter College
  • T-Level in Healthcare Science - This course is suitable for anyone interested in a career in health or science.
  • T-Level in Science - This course is suitable for anyone interested in a career in science.

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    Examples of degree courses that relate to science:

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    BSc/BA (Hons) Environment & Sustainability

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    If you love this subject and want to take it forward, what else can you do right now?

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