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    So I'm going to be applying for neuroscience soon. And I'm finding it hard to decide between the 2 universities. I can't be the only one here who's finding it hard to decide.
    So UCL is supposed to be a better university for neuroscience but Kings offers a year in industry which would help a lot in getting a job.
    Also there's a lot of other factors that I haven't considered yet such as accomodation and location.

    So what do you guys think of it?
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    So I'm going to be applying for neuroscience soon. And I'm finding it hard to decide between the 2 universities. I can't be the only one here who's finding it hard to decide.
    So UCL is supposed to be a better university for neuroscience but Kings offers a year in industry which would help a lot in getting a job.
    Also there's a lot of other factors that I haven't considered yet such as accomodation and location.

    So what do you guys think of it?
    I would say UCL has the better reputation overall and if it has a good department as you said it sounds good.
    Kings is also well respected but I have heard that it is less organised with quality of teaching etc
    But I think base your final decision on which uni you felt more at home at at open days? Because different unis suit different people
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