Undergraduate Study

Bachelor's Degree

Undergraduate Study

Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor's Degrees

(BA, BSc, Bcom, LLB etc.)

A bachelor’s degree is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by universities upon completion of a course of study lasting three to seven years after school.

After leaving school, most students go onto university to study for a Bachelor’s degree. Most courses have core modules which everyone studies, and many courses allow you to choose modules to make up a course that suits you.

There are variety of Bachelors degree options available to study at UK universities and colleges. Most popular Bachelor’s degrees include Bachelor of Science (BSc); Bachelor of Arts (BA); Bachelor of Education (BEd); Bachelor of Law (LLB); Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng).

  • Universities and colleges set their own entry requirements for Bachelor’s degrees to ensure students have the right skills and knowledge to successfully complete the course.
  • Bachelor’s degrees provide an ideal academic progression where graduates can pursue postgraduate level study.
  • There are a number of career routes students can take after Bachelor’s degrees such as getting a graduate job or becoming self-employed.
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