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    I'm thinking of applying for one of those two programmes, preferably the first. A couple of questions if anyone has any knowledge to help:

    1) I'm doing a BSc in Economics, while the entry requirements for Neuroimaging says I need to do one in a 'science' subject, of which mathematics is included. To put my degree into context, 0.75 of my first year, 0.75 of my second year and 0.5 of my third year consisted of some form of mathematics/statistics applied to economics, and overall 1/3 of my degree consists of pure/abstract mathematics.

    Is that enough?

    2) For neuroscience, "applicants with a non-biological degree may be considered". A similar question to the above.

    Also, does the course necessitate a background in neuroscience? I took from 2) that it's not strictly necessary but if someone on/with knowledge of the course could clarify I'd be grateful.

    I'll of course be asking them directly as well, but I'd like to get a different opinion on the matter too.

    Hey, just giving this thread a bump :bump: Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific university or course forum should help you get more responses. :yy:

    If you haven’t already found it, then university connect is a really useful way for finding people at your course/university! You can also find a list of applicant threads and courses here.
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