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My possible Uni choices are:
QMUL (firm)
Bristol
Cardiff
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Glasgow
Birmingham

Are these any good for physics? I've chosen these according to affordability, as I'm an international student.
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My possible Uni choices are:
QMUL (firm)
Bristol
Cardiff
St. Andrews
Glasgow
Birmingham

Are these any good for physics? I've chosen these according to affordability, as I'm an international student.
Interesting you have applied for a London university based on affordibility (it won't be at all affordable, the cost of living there will be very high) without knowing its reputation.
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Interesting you have applied for a London university based on affordibility (it won't be at all affordable, the cost of living there will be very high) without knowing its reputation.
Oh, I haven't applied yet
The deadline is Jan 15th.
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Based on cost of living maybe Leeds, Lancaster, Newcastle, Nottingham, Leicester and Loughborough, also depends what type of physics you're interested in too
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Based on cost of living maybe Leeds, Lancaster, Newcastle, Nottingham, Leicester and Loughborough, also depends what type of physics you're interested in too
Yeah. Hey, I have a question. In my PS, I should probably mention what I want to do in the future but the truth is, I have no idea. I really enjoy physics, but I don't really know WHAT I want to do in physics. I mean, without doing the course, how am I supposed to know what I want to pursue: atmospheric, quantum, astronomy etc?
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Yeah. Hey, I have a question. In my PS, I should probably mention what I want to do in the future but the truth is, I have no idea. I really enjoy physics, but I don't really know WHAT I want to do in physics. I mean, without doing the course, how am I supposed to know what I want to pursue: atmospheric, quantum, astronomy etc?
Your PS is to demonstrate what interests you about physics now and why you want to study it, but nothing wrong in saying that you want to find out where you see your future by keeping your options open. Most courses also allow optional modules later in the course once you've decided where your specific interests lay and make a point about selling physics as a course that it allow it
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