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    Has anyone got any experience studying either of these uni courses that can offer some advice on which would be 'best' in terms of career prospects, salary, and travel opportunities. I am studying Maths, Physics, Biology and ICT at AS level.
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    (Original post by niamhus123)
    Has anyone got any experience studying either of these uni courses that can offer some advice on which would be 'best' in terms of career prospects, salary, and travel opportunities. I am studying Maths, Physics, Biology and ICT at AS level.

    Go for chemical, as a chemical engineer you can work as a nuclear engineer and also in many other fields. Nuclear is more specialised and will limit your options.
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    (Original post by ApplyYourself)
    Go for chemical, as a chemical engineer you can work as a nuclear engineer and also in many other fields. Nuclear is more specialised and will limit your options.
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