Open for Clearing in Physics and Astronomy
It being A-level results day, I thought I’d try a little experiment and use this blog to broadcast an unofficial announcement that, owing to additional government funding for high-achieving subjects, the School of Physics and Astronomy at Cardiff University is able to offer extra places on all undergraduate courses starting this September for suitably qualified students.
An institutional review of intake numbers by HEFCW (Higher Education Funding Council for Wales) resulted in the award of extra funded places for undergraduate entry in 2012. Of particular benefit are those STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects seen as strategically important by the UK government. Therefore, the School of Physics and Astronomy is pleased to announce acceptance of late UCAS applications from those candidates expected to achieve our entrance requirements.
Those current applicants who have already applied through the standard UCAS procedure and who have been offered places need not be concerned as these new places are IN ADDITION to those we were expecting to fill.
Applications can be made through Clearing on UCAS after discussions with the Admissions Team.
Course codes (for information)
BSc Physics (F300) and BSc Astrophysics (F511)
MPhys Physics (F303) and MPhys Astrophysics (F510)
BSc Physics with professional placement (F302)
BSc Theoretical and Computational Physics (F340)
BSc Physics with Medical Physics (F350)
Course enquiries can be made to Dr Carole Tucker, Undergraduate Admissions Tutor, via email to Physicsfirstname.lastname@example.org or call the admissions teams on 029 2087 4144 / 6457.
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