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You can learn the science of solving a crime with a Biological and Forensic Sciences degree taught in our new Alison Gingell Building.
Career-focused and practical, the BA (Hons) Creative Writing course is for students who are serious about a career in writing.
Ranked No.2 in the UK for tourism & hospitality, and located in central London, we offer a hands-on, internationalised course with opportunities for travel.
Emergencies and disasters throughout the world – acts of terrorism, violence, public disorder, natural disasters and industrial accidents – are on the rise. So too is the demand for the professionals who can best manage or mitigate their impact.
Electronic engineers perform a critical role in today’s modern world, designing and developing systems for almost every type of industry – from aerospace, automotive, chemical and construction sectors to those in pharmaceuticals, power, telecommunications and transport.
To manage risks and develop sustainably, we must understand and cater the requirements of/for civil infrastructures and our environment. This course blends together environmental science and management with civil engineering.
We can show you how to use your problem-solving skills to their full potential in our Computer Hardware and Software Engineering BEng.
Computing BSc (Hons) is a full stack developer degree which aims to teach you the fundamental range of skills necessary to become a software developer.
Covering physical landscapes, the natural environment and global change, our Geography BSc course can show you how our world is changing.
You can travel the world studying natural hazards on this rewarding course, and learn how to support communities when they need it most.
Geography (BA) is one of the highest ranked courses in the UK and can prepare you for careers in many areas including local government, urban planning, environmental agencies, international development, the arts, retail, finance, ICT, education and research.
Big Data has become a major phenomenon in the 21st century world of business, rendering traditional data processing applications inadequate and increasing the demand for sophisticated data analysts who can collate, interpret and draw value from complex data sets.
This degree allows you to practice techniques to build forensic evidence records and oversee investigations from ‘crime scene to courtroom’.
On this course you will learn to assess trauma, attend to injuries, provide sports massage and create rehabilitation programmes.
Biology doesn’t get closer to home than when you study a human biology degree. This progressive field is always evolving and changing.
Bringing together the closely related disciplines of Law and Criminology, this course explores the widely publicised and often emotive issues surrounding crime, punishment, justice and the legal system.
How do you become a nutritionist? Start with a Food and Nutrition degree! Then you can start your career in this hugely popular industry.
As the number of people with diseases and disorders associated with physical inactivity and poor nutrition rises, the quality and safety of food, and the nutritional impact of what we eat on human health and development, has never been higher in the public awareness.
This integrated Master’s course responds to the demand for motorsport engineers with strong analytical and problem solving skills to ensure the industry remains at the cutting edge of innovation.