To be eligible for BSc in Environmental Science you must normally* be aged 17 or above in the year of registration and satisfy the University’s General Entrance Requirements as well as the Specific Programme Requirements.
Have passed at least one UK GCE A-level science subject at not less than grade C.
* Applications will be considered from applicants who do not meet the normal minimum age requirement for admission. Each application will be considered on an individual basis, and the decision taken will be at the discretion of the University.
This programme allows you to choose a specialization field in the final year.
Seychelles is a living laboratory and our students travel far and wide across the archipelago for field-based learning.
Seychelles is uniquely positioned to dispense specializations in climate change resilience, marine and fisheries science, integrated coastal management and tropical biodiversity conservation.
The unique biodiversity of Seychelles attracts some of the most renowned names in Environmental Science - meaning that our students get to attend guest lectures and talks by eminent environmentalists.