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    Hello, I have applied to both the University of Birmingham and Glasgow for Microbiology courses (Masters). I know both the respective universities are pretty good but I have a confusion, which one has better microbiology department?
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    (Original post by RD_009)
    Hello, I have applied to both the University of Birmingham and Glasgow for Microbiology courses (Masters). I know both the respective universities are pretty good but I have a confusion, which one has better microbiology department?
    Better in terms of what? Microbiology is a fairly big field so what is important to you in a degree?
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    (Original post by alleycat393)
    Better in terms of what? Microbiology is a fairly big field so what is important to you in a degree?
    In terms of the course, I mean out of these universities which provides better molecular microbiology prospects?
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    (Original post by RD_009)
    In terms of the course, I mean out of these universities which provides better molecular microbiology prospects?
    Whichever one gives you the best practical skills suited to the area of microbiology that most interests you. Although I think that comes down to you matching with a suitable supervisor more than the university.
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    (Original post by RD_009)
    In terms of the course, I mean out of these universities which provides better molecular microbiology prospects?
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    (Original post by Sulfolobus)
    Whichever one gives you the best practical skills suited to the area of microbiology that most interests you. Although I think that comes down to you matching with a suitable supervisor more than the university.
    Sure thanks. I'll keep that in mind..
 
 
 
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