Im thinking of studying a bachelor in Biotechnology, since Im interested in it (mostly in the agricultural and industrial part of it) and because I think it is a highly growing area. Im currently coursing my last year of Bsc International Business in Maastricht (Netherlands) so I already know what it is to study in university. Where in Europe is the best place to study, giving that I have average grades. Im Spanish but I had my A-levels in Germany with a 3 as my average grade. How do you translate that in A-levels? What are my possibilities in England? What is to be expected of this course?
Help in this question would be highly appreciated. Im awaiting your responses.
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- 28-10-2015 16:14
- 01-01-2016 13:57
Did you do any biology/chemistry before? To what level?
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- 04-01-2016 12:30
Your best bet is to do some research and work out which unis offer the course you're interested in and whether you meet the entry requirements. You won't be the first person with these grades so unis will tell you how to work out whether you meet the entry requirements.