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This vocational course, equivalent to three A Levels, is ideally suited to students who enjoy Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
This vocational course, equivalent to three A Levels, is ideally suited to students who enjoy Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics and are looking for an alternative to A Levels. Forensic Science is essentially the application of science to the law.
Exams (42%) Coursework (58%)
Standard entry requirements plus grade C in two GCSE Science subjects or merit grade in BTEC Science.
Approximately £20 for textbooks, plus optional field trips.
This programme is designed to support students with the potential of achieving high grades at A Level and Vocational Diploma and helps to prepare them for Oxford, Cambridge and the Russell Group Universities.
This programme targets students who have a high potential to excel in their sport, either by competing on the international stage or securing a professional contract.
This programme offers all students at the College an opportunity to develop their skills and fitness to a high level. It is not exclusive to Sports students or elite sportspeople.
There are many career opportunities as a forensic scientist including specialisms in DNA profiling, tissue analysis, explosives/firearms/ballistics, research and laboratory work.
This course is an accepted qualification for entry into university, particularly for science-related degrees such as criminology, dietetics, forensic science, psychology and biology-related subjects.
I came to The Henley College from Gillotts School in Henley. I chose this course as I love science however I don't like the stress of exams. As this is an 100% coursework based course it was perfect for me! I love carrying out experiments in the chemistry sections of the course. I have also enjoyed the other practical sides of the course, it was fun constructing a crime scene and photographing it.
I am hoping to gain a career working in science labs and testing evidence from crime scenes as I find it so interesting that something so small such as a clothing fiber can link someone to a crime.