# Statistical Report: Degree-Course Destinations of Accepted Applicants with Physics and Mathematics A-level or Scottish Higher 2006-11

This report presents an overview of the course destinations of accepted applicants to higher-education first-degree courses who hold combinations of physics, mathematics and/or further mathematics A-level, or combinations of physics and/or mathematics Scottish Higher.

The data source for the report is the University and College Admissions Service (UCAS).

UCAS is the organisation responsible for managing applications to higher-education courses in the UK.

In addition, some of the data in the report are attributed to the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), which represents the largest providers of qualifications, including A-levels, in the UK.

Degree-Course Destinations of Accepted Applicants with Physics and Mathematics A-level or Schottish Higher 2006-11 (PDF, 4 MB)

The tables present an index. The title of each table or figure will take you through to the relevant page of the publication PDF document.

Table 1: | Course destinations of accepted applicants with A-levels |

Table 2: | The 15 most popular course destinations of accepted applicants with combinations of physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2011 |

Table 3: | Comparison between the most popular course destinations of male and female accepted applicants with physics A-level in 2011 |

Table 4: | Comparison between the most popular course destinations of accepted applicants with physics and mathematics but not further mathematics A-levels in 2011 |

Table 5: | Comparison between the most popular course destinations of accepted applicants with physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2011 |

Table 6: | Comparison between the most popular course destinations of accepted applicants with mathematics A-level in 2011 |

Table 7: | Comparison between the most popular course destinations of male and female accepted applicants with a physics Scottish Higher in 2011 |

Table 8: | Comparison between the most popular course destinations of male and female accepted applicants with physics and mathematics Scottish Highers in 2011 |

Table 9: | The 15 most popular course destinations of accepted applicants with physics Scottish Higher in combination with mathematics Scottish Higher 2011 |

Table 10: | The number of entries to A-level examinations in physics, mathematics and further mathematics, and the number of accepted applicants to first-degree courses who held physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2010 |

Table 11: | The number of entries to A-level examinations in physics, mathematics and further mathematics, and the number of accepted applicants to first-degree courses who held physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2009 |

Table 12: | The number of entries to A-level examinations in physics, mathematics and further mathematics, and the number of accepted applicants to first-degree courses who held physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2008 |

Table 13: | The number of entries to A-level examinations in physics, mathematics and further mathematics, and the number of accepted applicants to first-degree courses who held physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2007 |

Table 14: | The number of entries to A-level examinations in physics, mathematics and further mathematics, and the number of accepted applicants to first-degree courses who held physics, mathematics and further mathematics A-levels in 2006 |