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How long you will study
Domestic course fees
How you will study
International course fees
The Chemical Physics degree programme spans the interface between chemistry and physics. The programme incorporates all the core elements of a physics degree as well as key chemistry concepts relating to the structure and properties of atoms, molecules and materials. The interdisciplinary nature of the programme ensures students will develop a wide range of skills and expertise. In the final Level students will undertake a research project, working closely with a member of staff.
Chemical Physics is well suited to students with interests in the atomic and molecular applications of physics and the more physical and mathematical aspects of chemistry
This honours degree in Chemical Physics is accredited by the Institute of Physics (IOP).
Work and study
This is what our BSc (Hons) Chemical Physics students are doing six months after graduating:
These are the most common jobs students go into six months after graduating:
Notes about fees for this course
|Status*||Scotland / EU**||England / Northern Ireland / Wales||International|
|Fee||Paid by SAAS||£9,250||£17,960|
* Your residency 'status' is usually defined as the country where you have been ordinarily resident for the three years before the start of your course. Find out more about tuition fees.
** European Union countries, not including England, Northern Ireland or Wales.
Scholarships and bursaries
Bursaries for students from England, Northern Ireland or Wales starting undergraduate degree courses in 2018
In addition to government maintenance loans and grants towards the costs of fees and living costs, we are offering generous financial support to attract and support eligible students from England, Northern Ireland or Wales:
View our full range of undergraduate scholarships.
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