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    Goog morning/evening everyone,
    I am currently studying Maths, Biology, Business Studies and Geography for AS.
    I want to study biomedical engineering at Uni. I dont like phyiscs and find it extremly boring.
    My question is:
    Are there Unis which dont require physics for me to be able to take the course?
    Thank you for helping
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    Bioengineering/Biomedical Engineering/Medical Engineering at Kent, City, Middlesex, Surrey, Swansea, Cardiff, Bradford, Hull, Hertfortshire,

    You may also like to consider
    Biomaterials at Loughborough, Sheffield and Birmingham
    Also multiple Biotechnology courses
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    They may not requirephysics but the first year of the corse and even throughout the course is heavily physics and maths based; mainly because that is what engineering is
 
 
 
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