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    Hi, i really want to do a degree in forensic investigation or forensic science. i am having a bit of trouble with choosing Universities, i am looking at "APU" , "Glamorgan" and "Staffordshire" , is there any one who is actually doing a degree in forensic science who could give me some useful info about universities? please??
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    Im at Staffs so I will probably be a bit biased, as I dont know anything about the other two! I really like the course, the facilties are great and I believe the university has just had extra money for the course to be accredited. Staffordshire also has a crime scene house for students to practice their skills at an actual 'crime scene', for example, photography, collection of evidence and note taking etc, all the usual stuff. As far as Im aware, its the only university in the UK to have such a facility.
 
 
 

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