IELTS Academic and IELTS Online (not IELTS Indicator or IELTS General Training), Overall - 6.0, Listening - 5.5 or above, Reading - 5.5 or above, Speaking - 5.5 or above, Writing - 6.0 or above
TOEFL iBT and TOEFL Home Edition (online)
The University accepts MyBest scores for the TOEFL iBT test in addition to TOEFL iBT scores from a single test date: Overall – 78,
TOEFL DI code is 0818, Listening - 17 or above, Reading - 18 or above, Speaking - 20 or above, Writing - 21 or above
Cambridge B2 First or C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency, Overall – 169, Listening - 162 or above, Reading - 162 or above, Speaking - 162 or above, Writing - 169 or above
Duolingo English Test : Overall 105, Minimum of 90 in the sub scores for literacy, conversation, comprehension and production
LanguageCert Level 1 Certificate in ESOL International (Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing) Communicator B2, Online, Listening - 33 or above, Reading - 33 or above, Speaking - 33 or above, Writing - 33 or above
PTE Academic, Overall - 59 or above, Listening - 59 or above, Reading - 59 or above, Speaking - 59 or above, Writing - 59 or above
Trinity ISE – Trinity Integrated Skills in English, Pass overall at ISE II with a distinction in writing and merit in the other three skills.
We are committed to the career progression of our students and we collaborate with the University’s Careers and Employability Service to ensure that you have numerous opportunities to explore career options, develop your employability and connect with employers.
The expertise and support of a dedicated careers professional who is a specialist in the types of careers and further study undertaken by Biological Science students.
A mentoring scheme run by the Careers and Employability Service linking current students with professional mentors.
An annual volunteering fair to connect students with appropriate organisations in conservation and the environment.
The exploration of possible careers and the development of employability from week 1, via the mandatory “Frontiers of Science” and PD1002 careers course.
One to one appointments to discuss students’ options, provide practical support around internships, placements and part time work and provide support for effective applications and interviews.
Regular opportunities through the “speed careering” programme for current students to meet and learn from Biological Sciences graduates.
Employer input to the design of the curriculum and in talks to students about career opportunities.
A university-wide co-curriculum programme aimed at developing key employability skills sought by employers.
Insurance - Single: 300 (£) per year