Life sciences covers a very wide range of subjects, with biology chief among them. This category also includes zoology, botany, bio-engineering and neuroscience. Many universities offer a more general life sciences degree which allows for specialisation later in the course rather than separate degrees for each topic, as they often have considerable overlap.
The breadth of the subject also means that it is applicable to many different fields. Life science graduates and research can be found in medicine, agriculture, food, law and psychology. Life science graduates have the ability to work in many different environments, in a team or alone, and are skilled in problem solving and analytical thinking.
As with many science degrees, entry can be very competitive, with some offers reaching A*A*A equivalent, and averaging AAB overall. Science subjects, such as chemistry, biology and physics, are essential, and maths is often strongly recommended. For international students wishing to study Fashion at undergraduate level, an IELTS score of no less than 5.5 across all four categories - reading, writing, speaking and listening – with an overall 6.0 score generally required at most universities.
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