Plant Science, BSc - 2017/18

Canterbury Christ Church University
In Canterbury

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Canterbury
Start September
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Canterbury
  • Start:
    September
Description

Fact file UCAS code C200 Plant Science C240 Plant Science (4 years with Foundation) Length 3 years (or 4 years with Foundation year) full-time6 years part-time Starts September 2017 Entry requirements A typical offer would be 240 UCAS Tariff points

At least one A2 level must be in a science subject. More entry requirement details.This course can also be studied over four years with an initial foundation year (Year 0) for those without the formal entry qualifications. It is designed to provide you with the grounding you need to progress on to this degree. Location Canterbury School Human and Life Sciences More about Plant Science 17/18

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Starts Location
September
Canterbury
North Holmes Road, CT1 1QU, Kent, England
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Starts September
Location
Canterbury
North Holmes Road, CT1 1QU, Kent, England
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Plant Science
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94% of School of Human and Life Sciences graduates were in employment or further study six months after completing their studies. DLHE 2013-14 Where better to study plant sciences than in the ‘Garden of England’? The resulting qualification will not only make you highly employable within this industry, and allied support industries, but will also equip you with a range of transferable skills highly valued by all sectors from farming to finance. Plants are fundamental to all life on Earth, not only providing atmospheric oxygen, food and materials such as cotton, wood, paper and rope, but also perfumes, beverages and cures for disease. The Royal Society recently issued a statement warning of an impending worldwide skills shortage in the agricultural sciences that would endanger our ability to deal with rising populations, citing plant breeding, plant pathology, agronomy, crop physiology, agricultural entomology, weed science and post-harvest biology as key areas in which shortages are likely. This degree course includes strong elements of all of these disciplines.

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