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Imperial is usually hyped up for its Engineering Department. I personally never heard of anything special about their life science courses (these include biological sciences, biotechnology, biochemistry, microbiology, etc). These subjects are also generally considered as ‘softer’ than natural/physical sciences (chemistry, physics, math).

Can someone (current student, alumnus) please let me know about the quality of teaching and/or the academic rigor there at Imperial for these subjects?

Are they any good compared to Oxbridge’s life science departments?
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I heard that life sciences there is under rated compared to oxbridge. I’m not studying there so I don’t know but life sciences seems to be very good there.
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(Original post by ProRoadman)
I heard that life sciences there is under rated compared to oxbridge. I’m not studying there so I don’t know but life sciences seems to be very good there.
Thanks for the input, it’s so hard to find Imperial current students on TSR nowadays.
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