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    (Original post by Richpeasant)
    In what sense? Did you go there?
    Just trust me.
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    Just trust me.
    How can you speak down on a university that you have never studied at?
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    I loved the uni it helped me get where I am now earning 30k on a gradscheme

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    (Original post by Richpeasant)
    Middlesex seems to be my number one university choice so i hope it's as good as i want it to be! Have any of you studied here, what was the surrounding areas like, the teaching itself and also the facilities?

    I'm going to one of their opening days on Saturday but just curious of what others though.

    Thanks in advance


    ****, your better off getting a job, than getting a worthless **** degree
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    ****, your better off getting a job, than getting a worthless **** degree
    And how is a degree in molecular biology '****' exactly


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    ****, your better off getting a job, than getting a worthless **** degree
    A degree isn't worthless.
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    (Original post by Richpeasant)
    Middlesex seems to be my number one university choice so i hope it's as good as i want it to be! Have any of you studied here, what was the surrounding areas like, the teaching itself and also the facilities?

    I'm going to one of their opening days on Saturday but just curious of what others though.

    Thanks in advance
    Hi, I'm a second year Biology student here at Middlesex University. I really think the teaching, particularly in Biology and relating areas are great, you are not limited to one lecturer per module. Instead, all the lecturers are currently doing their own research and have extensive backgrounds in their fields - meaning that you will get a very thorough in depth teaching sessions - with very passionate staff!

    The facilities are very modern and quite up to date, all located in one campus setting. The Hatchcroft building is where the majority of specialist equipment is located on, with each floor designed for specific sections of Natural Sciences.

    As for the university, there's quite a lot to offer, if you click on the Middlesex Forum page on the Student Room, there's a wide range of information, and also a Biology thread that has recently been set up - So that is definitely something worth to check out!

    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate!

    Amran
    Middlesex Course Ambassador
    Biology
 
 
 
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