The School of Science combines the academic studies of traditional subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) with industry specific skills.
We offer courses that can lead to a range of scientific careers such as Biomedical Science, Forensic Science, Pharmacy, Medical Science and Radiography.
Considering the current economic climate, it is important to us that our students leave their course with the highest level of employability skills possible. With this in mind, the School of Science is an affiliate member of the British Science Association and Royal Society of Chemistry.
In addition to this we are active supporters of the WorldSkills UK competition which is part of Find a Future, a new organisation which brings together the Nation’s flagship skills and careers experiences.
Our range of courses offer learning options for all, with BTEC Levels 1-3 aimed at students moving from Secondary to Further Education. For adult learners who may not have been in education for some time we offer daytime Access to H.E. Diplomas or GCSE Biology in the evening.
Please click the course links below for more information on Vocational Science courses at City of Westminster College. Apply for any of these courses by clicking the APPLY button on the course page.
Please select a course below for more information on Science courses at City of Westminster College.
|A Taste of Nutrition||Adults (Part-time)||Short Courses|
|Access to H.E. Diploma in Science||Adults||Access Course|
|Beginners Astronomy||Adults (Part-time)||Short Courses|
|BTEC Level 1 Diploma in Applied Science||Adults (Part-time), 16-18 (Full-time)||F.E. Courses|
|BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Applied Science||16-18, Adults (Part-time)||F.E. Courses|
|BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science||16-18, Adults||F.E. Courses|
|BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Applied Science (Medical)||16-18||F.E. Courses|
|Criminal Psychology||Adults (Part-time)||Short Courses|
|Forensic Photography||Adults (Part-time)||Short Courses|
|Forensic Science Awareness||Adults (Part-time)||Short Courses|
|GCSE Chemistry||16-18, 16-18 (Full-time), 16-24||GCSE|