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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Ah, I see. There's a project option (you work with a lecturer and write about something in detail) in the third year so that's a start, then I guess you can decide if you want to go further or if there is a particular area that interests you.
    Excellent news. Thanks, mate. I'm still waiting on anyone to say anything about Edinburgh. My parents are worried about Bath's international reputation though (for both maths and overall), could you shed any light on it?
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    Excellent news. Thanks, mate. I'm still waiting on anyone to say anything about Edinburgh. My parents are worried about Bath's international reputation though (for both maths and overall), could you shed any light on it?
    :dontknow: I don't know a huge amount about reputation and everything (being a student myself ) but from what I understand, Bath has a good reptutation in the UK but doesn't have much of a reputation internationally, while Edinburgh has a good international reputation and it's a good uni over here too. How much it matters.. I do not know
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    :dontknow: I don't know a huge amount about reputation and everything (being a student myself ) but from what I understand, Bath has a good reptutation in the UK but doesn't have much of a reputation internationally, while Edinburgh has a good international reputation and it's a good uni over here too. How much it matters.. I do not know
    Kinda matters, since I'm not from the UK, though it might be nice to work there. Then again, I'd do research in the best case scenario, so it wouldn't matter that much. Thanks anyway!
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Just a slight correction - neither statistics nor probability is compulsory on either course (Straights Maths Vs MathSci) although avoiding probability/stats on straight maths would force you to do either Physics or Computer Science modules. I'd never really thought about it, but you're right, they don't really teach you how to use MATLAB
    Oops, I misread that completely.
 
 
 
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