I'm currently in my 4th year studying Physics at Oxford and am interested in the MSc Science Communication course at Imperial with a view to go into science journalism. I've had a brief read through about the course on the Imperial website and I've visited Imperial before when I applied there for my undergraduate course. But I was hoping there might be someone on here that has first hand experience of the course and could give me a bit of an insight that the prospectus and website can't provide me with!
Welcome to the Imperial subforum. I'm afraid most people who use TSR are 1st and 2nd years although there are some higher years as well. I don't know of anyone doing MSc Science Communication though, I'm afraid. Good luck with it though.
Well you might get lucky, you never know. I honestly didn't realise we have a Science Communication MSc sounds like the kind of thing I'd want to do in a few years! Hope we have a grad student around who can help.
Yeah. Just like us.. don't even know that course existed. I think the physicists are not very well informed about things that are available out there in the world
I'm only second year But yes, we need to be a lot more well informed, at the moment all I know about is: Phys degree then career in Phys or some soul selling City thing (or maybe engineering). Joy. Anything else I can do? I'd love to be the guy in charge of BBC Horizon...that would be so much fun.