Physics: F303 and F305 Watch

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Parky8
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The F303 is the course that i have seen offered from most universities, however, manchester uni does not offer the F303, but offers the F305 which is still a 4 year course, but i dont know what the difference is. Why the different code? Anybody have any ideas? thanks x
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Try looking on their website perhaps?
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Parky8
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I have tried this, it does not help, at other universities the F305 is 3 years with a year in industry. Is it because at machester an MPhys is what you obtain, not and MSci?
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MPhys and MSci are exactly the same.
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I think the two different codes are for the two different degree titles, but as chemist boy said there is no practical difference. Durham changed from awarding MSci to awarding MPhys after my year without changing the course at all.
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Parky8
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Ok thanks guys
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