Maths is probably the most ‘valuable’ post-16 qualification. The transferable skills and knowledge gained through studying a Maths A Level and degree, make holders of these qualifications highly desirable employees.
It’s not just rocket science: physics is the route to so many careers, from predicting climate change to designing computer games. Find out where physics can take you.
By studying physics at school or college you’re opening the door to a wide variety of rewarding careers. As well as learning about how the universe works, you’ll get a broad training in skills that all employers value – an ability grasp concepts quickly, a determination to find coherent answers, not to mention problem-solving, analytical, mathematical and IT skills.
Even if you don’t end up working in a physics-related industry, these skills are still highly regarded. Studying physics is a good way of keeping your options open and earning a good salary. Search for physics degrees on myphysicscourse.org. Or if technical routes appeal to you, check out our pages on physics-related apprenticeships.
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Nutrition is a science based discipline and the profession expects degree level training.