Sheffield University is offering a new route to a chemistry or physics degree, with students studying part-time for two years with the Open University, followed by two years full-time with Sheffield. Sheffield is one of six universities working with the OU to offer this alternative way of gaining an honours degree. The scheme, called "2+2", aims to get more people into chemistry and physics.
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