I've recently been offered an place at Manchester university for Biology BSc and I applied to Exeter university for a place for Biological sciences but they offered me Natural Sciences instead. Biology is my most favoured science however I think it would be interesting to learn bit about astrophysics in natural sciences. I don't know whether it is worth just concentrating on one course alone like Biology or spreading it out and learning about physics and Biology at exeter. I much prefer the manchester course and nightlife but exeter's accommodation looks nice and its higher in the league tables? I don't know which one to go for. (Also my brother goes to manchester).
Natural sciences at Exeter or Biology at Manchester? Watch
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- 14-03-2016 12:59
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- 14-03-2016 15:00
Pick the course that interests you most. If your interests are currently broader then go for the broader course.
- 14-03-2016 15:08
Exeter is not considered better than Manchester in reality. League tables are horseshit.