MSc Taxonomy, Biodiversity, and Evolution

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Hello everyone!
I'm an international student interested in applying to the 1 year full time MSc program in Taxonomy, Biodiversity, and Evolution at Imperial College London. If anyone has already attended this program, can you please share your experience concerning the work load and if your expectations were met? I tried finding the handbook on the website, but it seems it is not currently available. I already checked the program specification, but it doesn't include descriptions for each module. Do you think it's a good program for someone who is interested in mammalian taxonomy & evolution and mass extinctions?
Also, does ICL use a rolling admission process?

Thanks!
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Hello, Im accpeted for the course and doesn't know that much about studying abroad as i have spend my whole life in my country, Malaysia. Do u get the offer to imperial as well? and where are you from?
Nice meeting you
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