The Faculty of Science is one of the UK’s leading faculties of science. It investigates the challenges and possibilities of the natural and technological world, from drug discovery and public health to environmental concerns, cybercrime and understanding space.
Strathclyde is renowned as a place of useful learning. It provides opportunities for businesses, charities and non-governmental organisations to interact with world-class research and expertise in different scientific disciplines and departments. On top of this, five degree areas are ranked in the top 15 in the UK, including Biological Sciences, Mathematics and Pharmacology and Pharmacy (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021).
The faculty provides a dynamic, supportive and friendly place to study. When you study science at Strathclyde, you’ll be part of an international community.
Studying for a degree from the Faculty of Science can lead to a valuable qualification that will enhance your career prospects. You’ll enjoy high-quality teaching, informed by innovative research and delivered by world-class researchers. The University also has strong links with industry, international partners and the NHS.
Research is a priority at the Faculty of Science, which has the largest number of research students at the University. Multi-million pound funding from research councils, the EU, NHS, charities and industry ensures that research is relevant and of national and international importance.
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#1 for Subjects Allied to Medicine
The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022
#1 for Pharmacology and Pharmacy
#3 for Biological Sciences
Number 1 for Physics research
Times Higher Education, based on the Research Excellence Framework 2014 GPA scores
A pathway to the second year of an undergraduate degree at the University of Strathclyde.
This preparational course will allow you to progress to a postgraduate degree at the University of Strathclyde.
A fast-track pathway that prepares you for postgraduate study at Strathclyde in just 12 weeks.