Arts and Sciences (BASc)
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Your application will
be assessed on the basis of past and projected academic performance and your
personal statement. Due to the unique nature of Arts and Sciences (BASc) we
will request an
additional personal statement for this degree. We understand that your personal statement on the UCAS form will address the subject(s) to which you are applying in
other departments or institutions and we will therefore focus primarily on your additional personal statement and not your UCAS personal statement.
On your UCAS application, you must indicate your choice of major pathway, which you should choose with reference to the qualifications you have and your personal interests.
Your application should provide evidence that the majority of the following qualities are applicable to you:
- Prepared for critical enquiry and in-depth academic work across a broad intellectual spectrum
- Interested in engaging in wider societal, cultural and global issues
- Interested in careers involving leadership, social entrepreneurship and intercultural exchange
- Prepared to think critically and creatively to seek new connections between types of knowledge
- Interested in combining non-standard areas of study in your degree.
If you fulfil our entry criteria and are resident in the UK, you will be invited to an open day. At the open day you will be given a lecture and a one-hour test on the lecture immediately afterwards. There will also be the opportunity to meet staff, ask questions and to discuss your suitability for the programme. If you are resident outside the UK you will not be required to attend an open day, although you may be contacted by programme staff to discuss your application, and to submit an additional personal statement.
If you have any queries regarding your eligibility to the programme or queries about the programme, then please contact us via email at email@example.com