• Crazy about chemistry?
  • Intrigued by biology?
  • Curious about the world of physics?

A science course at Rotherham College will broaden your theoretical knowledge and enable you to apply theory to practice by undertaking experiments and practical activities.

You will study in recently updated science labs and be supported by industry experienced and highly qualified tutors who will support you to reach your full potential and realise your career aspirations.

Previous students have commented on how a science course at Rotherham College has prepared them for study at university because of the sound knowledge base and practical expertise they have developed whilst at College.
After studying at College, you may progress to Higher Education and study subjects including biomedical science, chemistry, operating department assistant, paramedic, forensic anthropology, and pharmaceutical and allied health professions.

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Courses and Apprenticeships available in:
  • Applied Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
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Our science students often study in our recently updated science labs, taught by our industry experienced tutors whilst they undertake experiments and practical activities.

Students completing our Applied Science course will be awarded with a First Aid qualification.

Within the Science course students will learn about biology, chemistry, physics and also mathematics to help them develop key skills and methods within their target field.

Students completing our science courses have often moved on to Higher Education degrees that they feel that our course have prepared them for.

Following the Science route you could be:
  • Biomedical Science
  • Operating Department Assistant
  • Paramedic
  • Forensic Anthropology
  • Pharmaceutical


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“The tutors make the practical experiments realistic and entertaining, real-life scenarios prepare you for university or employment”

Jack
Level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science

After successfully completing his course, Jack is now studying Biomedical Science at Sheffield Hallam University and has aspiration to work in haematology.

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