From all disciplines, science graduates are found throughout research, business, policy and are equipped to innovate and lead in whatever sector they work in.


Biotechnology graduates develop a broad understanding of the application of science and technology to living organisms.

Cell and Molecular Bioscience, Biomedical Science

Imagine being part of research that improves treatment for or prevents diseases such as cancer or solve environmental challenges.


Chemistry links with most aspects of scientific research and chemists are often important members of multi-disciplinary research teams

Development Studies

Development Studies students examine global poverty and inequality and how to address these, bringing knowledge and skills from many different disciplines.

Environmental Studies

Studying the complexities of the impacts of human activity is fascinating and has application across a wide range of careers.


Geography brings together the social and natural sciences. It literally writes the earth through mapping, visualisation and applied research.

Geology and Geophysics

Make a real contribution in understanding climate change and biodiversity as well as economic development and innovation.

Marine Biology, Ecology and Biodiversity

Marine biologists and ecologists focus on supporting plant and animal survival in the face of climate change, global warming and pollution.

Mathematics and Statistics

Mathematics and statistics are at the cutting edge of areas such as data science, artificial intelligence, finance or any science discipline.


Physics graduates apply their unique skills and ideas in the science and technological sectors, increasingly in entrepreneurial activities. 


Learning about the human mind and behaviour from a scientific perspective develops valuable analytical and statistical skills and interpersonal awareness.