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    I have all my offers from ucas now so I'm choosing what to firm and insurance. I know my firm is Newcastle, but I can't decide between brighton and st George's for my insurance, which is the better uni?
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    Is one of them accredited by someone (I can't remember who, sorry!), and what sort of size city would you like? St. Georges will be a much bigger city than Brighton, so it depends on what you're comfortable with and how far away from home you want to go.
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    if you havent made up your mind yet ... i would check and see if St g is certified by the IBMS. Brighton definitely is. Brighton is a nice place to live but the biomedical science program at st georges is a lot better (if certified by IBMS).

    I went to brighton had a friend who went to st g. i guess it depends on if you want to stay a biomed scientist or go onto medicine. At St G it is more practical ( working with cadavers, at hospitals etc) Brighton = books, exams, books, journals. But The IBMS allows you to go and work in LABS. Also if you are interested in medicine brighton medical school offers biomed students from brighton uni guaranteed interviews.
 
 
 
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