Where does it lead?
The course is designed to prepare you for degree level study in the Life Sciences, typically Biological Sciences, Environmental Science, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry and Immunology. However, the course, due to its broad science base and academic content, is multi-exit and also leads to Nutrition, Dietetics, Physiology, Clinical Science, Podiatry, Osteopathy, Herbal Medicine, Chiropractic, Speech and Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
Places are guaranteed, on successful completion of the course, and subject to interview, on a range of relevant degree courses at Middlesex University. On the course students accumulate credits, which count towards a kitemarked Access Certificate awarded by the London Open College Network.
What does it include?
Biology and Chemistry supported by Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Communications and Tutorials.
What do I need to get onto it?
Under normal circumstances, applicants should be 19 or over on 1 September of entry. No formal qualifications are required. All applicants take tests of written English and Mathematics aptitude; those who achieve the required standard are interviewed by the course tutors.