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A quick note about A level cancellations and what it means for you
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, A levels in 2020 have been cancelled, but please don't worry. We're not going anywhere and you'll still be getting your A level and other exam results in the summer.
Right now, we're working with everyone involved – including UCAS, exam boards and the Government – to figure out how the admissions process will work for students who want to start in autumn 2020.
We'll work out a solution and once the situation becomes clearer, we'll be as excited as ever to welcome you to the University.
So for now, all you need to focus on is keeping up your hand hygiene and staying safe.
Learn analytical techniques and gain economic expertise and strategic insight to work in business, banking or the Government
Develop practical problem-solving and creative skills to work in architectural design, building surveying or the conservation industry
Develop skills in people management, market and customer analysis, and nurture your entrepreneurial spirit
Shape the lives of children and young people and prepare yourself for careers such as teacher and social worker
Explore the science, design, security and development of computer systems, and develop computer programming or digital analytics skills
Develop the skills and knowledge to understand why criminals behave the way they do and explore ways to identify and prevent crime
Study how the Earth formed and the natural processes that shape it, and follow past graduates into careers in palaeontology, geology, disaster management and more
Use science, mathematics and empirical evidence to design, plan, build and maintain engines, power systems, machines and buildings
Build your portfolio and develop the creative, technical and critical skills needed to succeed in the creative industries
Study film and television to succeed in jobs across the media industry, including cameraman, critic, and producer
Learn to treat, prevent and manage injury, disease or disability, and prepare for jobs in the healthcare and social care sectors
Understand the world as it is, as it was and how it could be, and gain transferable analytical skills needed for many jobs and careers
Take your first step towards becoming a solicitor or barrister, and gain transferable skills needed in banking, insurance and international business
Gain mathematical, analytical, problem-solving and computational skills sought after in industries such as transport, finance, research and communications
Study psychology and follow in the footsteps of past graduates, who have gone on to work in careers such as psychologist, social worker, police officer, probation officer or counsellor
Our sport science degrees are among the best in the UK, and perfect preparation for a career as a sports therapist, physiologist, nutritionist, personal trainer, administrator or coach