I have been offered a place at Bristol for Biochemistry with Molecular Biology and Biotehnology.
I have also been offered Biological Sciences with a year in industry at Exeter.
Bristol is considered a more 'prestigious' uni but Exeter is up and coming. I feel biology would give me more of an idea of what particular area of biology I want to go into after uni, however biochemistry sets me up for all the chemical and laboratory work I would undoubted be doing.
i already live on Bristol, so the idea of staying here is kinda boring but not one that matters too much to me.
I feel biochemistry is also slightly more impressive, although I feel I could more easily get a first in biology.
What's your thoughts on which I should choose?
Biochemistry at better uni or Biology with year in industry? Watch
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- 10-04-2016 19:09
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Go with what interests you more. If you want a career in science the experience is worth a lot more than where you studied given that both unis are fairly decent.