I wanted to ask if anyone could help me decide between University of Hull and University of Westminster for Biochemistry Undergraduate?
I just need some help as I cannot decide between the two of them, I don't mind if you are a student at one of the Universities or you know of someone or just know a bit about the Universities.
I would like to know:
The Quality of the course - Teaching quality (and research quality, if that is a beneficial factor in an Undergraduate course?)
Quality of Facilities
Study Abroad option - Which is a MAJOR for me.
And just how the University is - Is it respected for Biochemistry or Science in General
I am asking this because I know that Overall Hull is ranked 63rd and Westminster is 100. And for Biological Sciences Hull is ranked 58th whereas Westminster is 82nd
Does the fact that Hull is a lot higher mean that I should go to Hull instead or due to them both being below the top 30, does it really matter which one I go to and it's graduate prospects? (I want to do a Masters and possibly a PHD after my Undergraduate Course)
Any help would be very much appreciated
Hull University or Westminster - Which is better? (Biochemistry)
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