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    Which university is better in biochemistry: imperial or UCL? Also, what other universities are strong in this field?
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    (Original post by Rumi97)
    Which university is better in biochemistry: imperial or UCL?
    Have you looked at the modules at each Uni?
    You might prefer one course over the other based on content :yep:
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    (Original post by Neuth)
    Have you looked at the modules at each Uni?
    You might prefer one course over the other based on content :yep:
    They are very similar. So this makes almost no difference
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    Then pick based on what you want to get out of the uni experience. Visit if you can.
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    Then pick based on what you want to get out of the uni experience. Visit if you can.
    Are they both good universities for biochemistry? Are there any orher better universities in uk apart from oxbridge ?
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    Right, make a list of all unis in the UK that do biochem, narrow it down depending on which course structures you like and further narrow it down based on what you want to get out of the uni experience. No one on here can do that for you and unless you're picking generally terrible unis you'll be fine.
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    Right, make a list of all unis in the UK that do biochem, narrow it down depending on which course structures you like and further narrow it down based on what you want to get out of the uni experience. No one on here can do that for you and unless you're picking generally terrible unis you'll be fine.
    I've seen the strctures of the courses. I have seen sveral that I found interesting: imperial,ucl, bristol, manchester, oxford, ediburgh. I just wanted to know whichwould give me the greatest chances of getting into research and which are more prestigious in this particular field.
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    They'd all give you a chance of getting into research though you'll also need a masters if not a PhD. Prestige doesn't mean anything in this respect.


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