"New for 2020, Integrated Science is the course that we, your instructors, all wish that we could have done as undergraduates. If, like us, you are excited by science in general, and especially by the problem of how life works, then this could be the course for you!"
Professor Rob Cross
Why study Integrated Science at Warwick?
- Driven by active researchers
- Supports students to conduct original research into unsolved scientific problems from day one
- “Anti-disciplinary” – incorporates principles from biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computing, and teaches students to move confidently across disciplinary boundaries
- Equips students with practical experimental skills and analytical thinking skills needed to ‘do’ science
- Blends classes, team-based problem solving, original lab-based research and individual study
- Incorporates MATLAB and Python e-labs, equipping students with essential computer coding skills
Our primary goal with this innovative course is to strengthen you as a scientist, by training you across disciplines. Using a blend of classroom instruction, team-based problem solving (problem-sets), team-based laboratory work and individual study, we will teach you to think creatively and quantitatively, formulate unsolved problems, and
work to create effect solutions by drawing freely on the methods and perspectives of different scientific disciplines.
Chat with us online
We'll be holding live chats with our course director at the following times:
- Thursday 14 November
11.00am – 12.00pm
Register for the chat.
A Level: AAA including maths and either biology or chemistry
IB: 38 points to include 6 in Higher Level mathematics and either biology or chemistry
UCAS code: CF10
Award: Degree of Master of Science
Duration: 4 years full time (30 weeks per year)
Starts: October 2020
Location of study: University of Warwick
Warwick open days give you the chance to meet staff and students, visit the Medical School, tour the campus and get a real feel for life at Warwick. We normally hold four open days a year, in June and October.