Our Geology degree provides you with a scientific understanding of Earth processes and the products of these processes (such as rocks and fossils). Your knowledge and practical skills will enable you to understand how the Earth and solar system work now and have evolved through time, and to work in a wide range of geological industries. Our fieldwork programme is supported by the fieldwork scholarship scheme.Course highlightsSeveral students choose to study for year two of their degree at the University of Brest, Plymouth's twin city in Brittany Arrangements also exist to study in the USA or Canada Teaching of all geology degrees at Plymouth is considered to be 'excellent' by the most recent HEFCE TQA assessment
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F601 UCAS Code
Entry Requirements For This Course
A-Level 2019: Range 112-120
Range not on Prediction -but on subject specific requirements (as below)
112 points (for 2019): If studying 2 Science subjects at A Level, from: Biology, Maths/Use of Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science/Studies, Applied Science, Geography, Geology or Design and Technology, (EXAMPLE COMBI x2 BTEC Subsidiary Diploma (App Sci and IT) and one A Level in Geog OK)
Offer: 112 pts, min 2 A Levels to include Grade C from two science subjects. Excluding General Studies.
120 points (for 2019): If studying 1 Science subject at A level from: Biology, Maths/Use of Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Environmental Science/Studies, Applied Science, Geography, Geology or Design and Technology
Offer: 120 pts, min 2 A Levels to include Grade C from one science subject. Excluding General Studies.
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