Science, the art of what’s possible, in an ever-changing world. “Nothing in life is to be feared; it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” Marie Curie
Innovation, discovery, research, passion and fulfilment; science impacts so many aspects of our lives and career opportunities in this field are limitless. Today’s society benefits from so many scientific innovations, including medicines and treatment, technologies, food and the environment and the demand for discovery is constant as we work globally to create a sustainable world with a planet and population that is fit for the future.
Einstein said, “the only source of knowledge is experience” and here at Kirklees College, we aim to provide you with the best experience possible. We have a wide range of study programmes available and our dedicated team are here to help you choose the right course for you.
With access to our excellent campus laboratories, you will learn through practical and theory-based lessons, supported by a passionate teaching team that will help you achieve great things and push the boundaries of your learning as you uncover the art of what’s possible.
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Prospectus & Course Guides for 2020/21
Why work in the Sciences Industry?
Employment in Natural Sciences roles are up 0.2% since 2017
Wide range of jobs in the Sciences Industry
A wide range of employers in the Sciences Industry
Biological Scientists and Biochemists
Natural and Social Science Professionals n.e.c.
Considering a career in Sciences?
If you’re not sure what to study, then why not take some time to find out more information about possible careers?
Or, if you already have a career in mind, but you’re not sure what you need to study to pursue that career, we can help you get one step closer to that dream job.
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Studying Applied Science Level 3
The course is very diverse and offers opportunities to get into any field of Science. There are lots of practical experiments, which prepare you for university.
Studying Forensic Science
I chose Kirklees College as it has a wide range of opportunities, one of which was Forensic Science. You learn how to collect evidence and be part of the forensic process. The facilities are great, especially the laboratories which teach you how to analyse evidence and have everything you need to progress on the course.
Laboratory Technician Apprentice
It is a highly interesting course that covers all three sciences and allows you to independently explore the aspects of science that interest you the most.