Explore with your students how 16–18 chemistry links with university courses

A sound understanding of chemistry is very important for the study of many university courses, including medicine, veterinary medicine, dentistry, dietetics, and more. Many such courses require an advanced chemistry qualification (such as A-level, Scottish Highers or IB) as a prerequisite.

So, just which parts of school chemistry are relevant? Use the articles in this series to explore how school-level chemistry links with higher-level courses to engage students and show them how what they’re learning now can be relevant for their future career.

Why you need chemistry to study … at university