Information on general and subject-specific requirements for students studying for the International Baccalaureate (IB).
The minimum entry requirements for the College of Science and Engineering are the award of the International Baccalaureate with an overall score of 32 with three Higher Level subjects at Grade 5 including all required subjects as stated in our prospectus.
The typical offer is likely to be the award of the award of the International Baccalaureate with an overall score of 37 with three Higher Level subjects at Grade 5 including all required subjects as stated in our prospectus.
Higher Level 6 is required where we ask for grade A at Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Higher/GCE A level.
Where Maths at SQA Standard Grade One or Two or GCSE Grade A or B is required, applicants must have a minimum of Standard Level Five in Maths.
In addition all applicants are required to demonstrate proficiency in English language, holding one of the accepted qualifications or minimum or Standard Level Four in English Language in the IB, or grade Seven in English Language in the IB Middle Years Programme.
Advanced entry direct into Year 2 of many of our degree programmes is possible for applicants who demonstrate exceptional academic achievement in the IB. Please contact our admissions office for details.
Entry requirements for each degree programme can be found via the degree finder.
For many degree programmes, we will expect you to have studied specific subjects at Higher Level (HL) within the IB.
You can find information on the ratio of applications, offers and accepted applicants for each of our degree programmes from Student Recruitment and Admissions.
This article was published on Oct 17, 2012