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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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    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?
    MSci is an undergraduate degree with an extra year of masters level study (at some universities these are MEng, MBio, MPhys, MMath etc). You join these courses after A levels or equivalent

    MSc is a postgraduate degree (normally one year but sometimes two) that you need a BA or BSc degree to study.
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