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    Guys, I'm in Yr 13 and am applying for undergraduate courses in university. I want do an MSci at Queen Mary, but I'm not sure what the criteria is. It does say that it's an undergraduate course, but I'm lost...

    Also, loads of websites use MSc or MSci: any difference?
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    (Original post by Jeeves CP)
    Guys, I'm in Yr 13 and am applying for undergraduate courses in university. I want do an MSci at Queen Mary, but I'm not sure what the criteria is. It does say that it's an undergraduate course, but I'm lost...

    Also, loads of websites use MSc or MSci: any difference?
    Hey Jeeves CP

    MSci degrees are designed for undergraduate level, they offer an in depth understanding of your field of study over a 4 year period. It can be confusing as some may be labelled for example 'Master in science'

    MSc are courses for postgraduate level and are designed to give you a greater in-depth level of learning once you have completed an undergraduate degree.

    Hope that has helped! Give me a shout if you have any questions

    Chris - NTU Rep
 
 
 
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