Through studying science you will receive a broad knowledge of biology, chemistry and physics topics.
From learning about the human body, to chemical equations to energy processes science is a subject that is hugely varied.
Whilst studying science you will develop your maths, data handling, research, practical and communication skills.
There is a vast array of scientific careers that are available to science students with many people following a career in research, medical, education, technology or business job sectors.
As technology continues to change in the future there will always be a high demand for talented scientists.
Selection of jobs using the subject Science
- Aerospace engineer
- Agricultural engineer
- Biomedical scientist
- Clinical psychologist
- Clinical scientist
- Cognitive behavioural therapist
- Cyber intelligence officer
- Forensic psychologist
- Health visitor
- Medical physicist
Do a free, online course to learn more about science (looks good on your CV too!)
- How to Survive on Mars: the Science Behind the Human Exploration of Mars
- Exploring Cancer Medicines
- What Drives the Body?
Or view more free online courses in science
Examples of apprenticeships that relate to science:
- Geospatial Mapping and Science Degree - Level:6 (equivalent to bachelor's degree). Typical length:60 months
- Science Industry Process/Plant Engineer (Degree) - Level:6 (equivalent to bachelor's degree). Typical length:60 months
- Laboratory technician - Level:3 (equivalent to A levels at grades A to E). Typical length:18 months
- Technician scientist - Level:5 (equivalent to foundation degree). Typical length:36 months
- Dental laboratory assistant - Level:3 (equivalent to A levels at grades A to E). Typical length:18 months
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Examples of degree courses that relate to science:
BBC Bitesize Career Videos
You can watch a great series of videos of young people who are working in jobs that use science on the BBC Bitesize website.