The Physics with Education course is an interdisciplinary programme combining the expertise of two departments. The Physics with Education degree will introduce you to the broad spectrum of what is arguably the most important of the natural sciences, alongside essential theories and concepts of education. In studying for the Physics with Education degree you will gain a range of transferable skills and you will be properly prepared theoretically and practically for a postgraduate PGCE. The Physics with Education degree is a major/minor scheme. You will spend two-thirds of your time studying Physics in the Department of Physics and one-third studying Education in the School of Education and Lifelong Learning. Our Physics lecturers are also researchers working at the cutting edge of their respective fields, from material physics to planetary and space physics, so you can be confident that you will be informed by the latest specialist knowledge along with advanced theoretical, modelling, and instrumentation techniques. The Department of Physics received a 95% student satisfaction rating in the National Student Survey 2016. Our researchers are involved in the current European Space Agency ExoMars 2020 Project. This is a fascinating and commercially important field of research. Throughout this degree you will be introduced to: classic and modern physics, the basic principles of gravitational and electrostatic fields, stars, planets, algebra and calculus, quantum mechanics, optics, space plasmas, electromagnetism, ionospheres and magnetospheres. Students wishing to study through the medium of Welsh may do so with our Welsh medium modules. Further details regarding Welsh-medium study are available from the department. Our students learn through lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops, practicals, individual and group-based project work. We assess our students through coursework, presentations, lab reports, lab diaries and examinations. You will be assigned a personal tutor, who can help with any difficulties you might have with the degree or with university life. Employability is embedded across all our teaching and ethics. We instil these skills in our students: research and data analysis, problem-solving, creative thinking, independent working, time management, organisation, self-motivation, communication and teamworking. The ability to discuss concepts with peers, accommodate different viewpoints, meet deadlines and communicate ideas in a clear, concise manner in both written and oral form are highly desirable skills in industry. You are encouraged to contact the University’s Careers Service in relation to work experience opportunities. YES (Year in Employment Scheme) and GO Wales are administered by the Career Service which works with local businesses to create paid work placements for students. This helps you gain valuable work experience and enhance your CV. T he skills you will learn are highly pertinent to employers. Typical careers include: medical physicist, radiation protection practitioner, research scientist, systems developer, product development, technical publishing, meteorologist and education, of course. In addition, you will acquire transferable skills, such as problem-solving abilities, needed for success in a wider range of careers. It is notable that 92% of undergraduates from the Department of Physics and 95% of undergraduates from the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning who graduated in 2015 were in employment or further education six months after graduating (DLHE 2015). tgraduate PGCE.