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    (Original post by krutzemuckl)
    just thought we could revive this thread^^ does anybody happen to know more details about the biology with a year in industry/research course, e.g. which companies/institutions imperial work with or at which ones you get paid while you're working there (I somehow recall that I read somewhere that you only get paid at very few placements, but I'm not 100% sure...)
    hihi as an IC Bio grad i dont mind trying 2 answer som qs...
    u organise ur own year , think minimum is 6M so some organised a 6m stint, then buggered off on half a gap year... others did 10M - all doesnt matter as it doesnt count towards ur degree, u just ahve 2 do the minmum (pinch of salt here as i know syllabus has changed, but this requisite has stayed the same)
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    (Original post by waytoocheezy)
    is it stressful? I heard from somewhere that you cant really get part time job coz you'll be too busy with uni work all the time.
    Plus whats the dropout rate? :L
    uni is underhyped in terms of workload...workload is pretty bad, espec at imperial but hey every uni student thinks their workload is the worst. . lots of students work at union, union shop, part time work is fine...just need time management.

    . youd have 2 fail resists at end of year, and then resit the whole year to get kicked out.
 
 
 
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