Well, it is to be expected that Science courses take up more time than humanity courses.. otherwise why do international students pay 30% more for science than humanities?
Besides, Imperial is a good university for science, whether or not its been slipping in the rankings, and I think they expect a high level of workload. But if you got into Imperial, chances are that you worked hard in High school as well, so it wouldn't be a shock.
Me, I'm thinking of enrolling the Biochemistry with Management course at Imperial this coming Fall 2004, so if anyone is thinking of enrolling as well, please email me at [email protected]
Also, if anyone has numbers for the number of students in Biochemistry and how Imperial's Biochem ranks to other unis, I would appreciate it.
The following are my offers... which one should i choose?:
Imperial - Biochemistry with Management
UCL - Chemical Engineering
Bath - CHeimical Engineering
Bath - Biochemistry
U Manchester - Pharmacy
York - Biochemistry
Frankly, I have no preference between chemical engineering and Biochemistry. I had wanted to apply for Biomedical Engineering, but didnt meet the physics requirement for it.
Also, anyone know a student at Imperial Biological Sciences I can contact?