At the University of Southampton we give you the opportunity to study for an MSci master of natural sciences degree to help you build your knowledge and experience in this challenging but exciting scientific field.
University of Southampton we give you the opportunity to study for an MSci
master of natural sciences degree to help you build your knowledge and
experience in this challenging but exciting scientific field.
This master of natural sciences degree is a full time programme that takes four
years to complete. Its ethos is to allow you to take responsibility for your own
study and tailor it to suit you. Each year of study is divided into two
semesters, each with 12 weeks of teaching and learning and two to three weeks
As a student on our master of natural sciences degree programme you will learn essential
skills and techniques that you will need in order to apply science to many
complex problems, including: developing sustainable energy and food security,
mitigating climate change, exploring extreme environments and discovering smart
This master of natural sciences course is built on a foundation of
multidisciplinary problem based modules, which are complemented by a selection
of modules that are chosen by you to reflect your individual interests and
In terms of entry requirements for this master of natural sciences programme: the
standard offer is one A* and two A grades in science subjects (Chemistry,
Biology, Physics and Maths). A minimum of AS Mathematics is required. Scottish
and Irish Highers, European and International Baccalaureate, Access and
Foundation courses and overseas qualifications will also be considered.
This MSci Natural Sciences masters degree is a challenging programme that
demands high levels of commitment, self motivation and hard work. To help you
decide if this is the right programme for you, we will take you through a self assessment
process including an in depth interview.
If you would like to discover more information about this MSci master of natural sciences degree programme from the University
of Southampton, visit www.southampton.ac.uk/natsci