So basically I wanted to do biomedical engineering which UCL does not offer so I applied for medical physics there whereas king's does offer biomedical engineering. Also compared to King's, UCL takes a very small batch for this course, around 20 and that makes it sound like a less preferred course choice. I wish UCL offered biomedical engineering, the decision wouldve been so much easier for me. I am firming imperial but I am not sure whether to insure king's or UCL as both have given me the same conditions. UCL ofcourse has a much higher rank and I dont want to regret picking king's over it but then is it worth sacrificing an engineering course for? Why doesnt UCL offer this engineering? What do I do?
And actually passed?