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Can you apply for a PhD course with a MSci Hons (undergraduate)? watch

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    I am confused as to whether you need to do the MSc Postgraduate course before applying for a PhD or whether the MSci Hons is what is needed.

    I have checked a few University sites and they say you need a 2:1 qualification, which course does the equate to?

    Thanks in advance
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    having an MSc might help, but it's not a requirement. The MSci alone is fine.
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    Sure. An MSc and MSci are pretty much the same thing (assuming there's a BSc prior to the former too).
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    Thank you this has helped me put some worries aside
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    (Original post by WoWZa)
    Sure. An MSc and MSci are pretty much the same thing (assuming there's a BSc prior to the former too).
    I think the OP is referring to a MSci as an undergraduate masters not a postgraduate masters. So they are in this case not the same thing.
 
 
 

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