Belfast gave me an offer recently for pharmacy in 2016, they are offering me AAB. My question is for Belfast, is AAB the same as A*BB(as i think i get this instead)? Also I really want to know if how good is Belfast pharmacy, and the pros and cons compare to other uni. I know that according to the Times and other rankings website, Belfast pharmacy is one of the best in UK, however according to this (http://www.topuniversities.com/unive...=false+search=), it is lower than I expected.
As I dont have the chance to visit Belfast myself, can anyone tell me more about the city and the lifestyle please?
Finally, I read the previous post about the poor pharmacist career prospect, I want to ask if that applies to industrial pharmacist as well, and if it is better to finish the MPharm degree and apply for other subjects (eg medicine) as a postgraduate?
Queen Belfast Pharmacy Watch
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- 28-03-2016 10:21
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- 29-03-2016 19:58
Nobody here can tell you if Belfast admission tutors consider AAB the same as A*BB, you need to ask them. Rankings lists are only a very rough indicator of quality. Look in the Queen's University Belfast forum to speak to QUB students.