Physics: 3 surprising course combinations your students did not consider
18th March 2015
Our University tool allows students to find out about course combinations at different universities. It is a great way open their mind to widen the scope of their research when it comes to the UCAS process.
And one of our favourite things at Unifrog is to spot the most surprising combinations of subjects during our demonstrations with teachers. Your students are considering physics at university? Here is a selection of combinations they probably did not think of!
Physics and Music Performance (F3W3)
The Physics and Music Performance programme offers a unique opportunity to combine your education in physics with a passion for music performance, preparing you for a professional career in either field. This programme is taught jointly by Imperial College London and the Royal College of Music. You will study all the core material of the standard three-year BSc Physics degree as well as some optional modules to ensure that you graduate as a fully qualified physicist.
Keele Law School graduates will leave Keele with a distinctive set of attributes and capabilities. As well as a rigorous academic environment in which to learn, students have opportunities to participate in a wide range of co-curricular activities. From core modules such as Land Law, Equity and Crime, to exciting elective modules at Levels 2 and 3, students at Keele Law School learn from internationally recognised legal academics at the forefront of their discipline. These opportunities are designed to support the development of students' professional capabilities, and are facilitated through links with the national and regional legal profession.
Astrophysics and Politics (FL52)
Find also surprising combinations for History, Psychology!
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