UCL ISPS vs BASc Watch

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Hey guys,

I've got offers for both courses and am stuck choosing between the two. For ISPS I'm planning to learn Japanese and concentrate in anthropology, whereas for BASc I'm planning to take the societies major pathway along with the health and environment minor pathway.

Could any current students in either course please share what their experience is like? How's the teaching, is the workload stressful, how flexible are they in terms of module choice, how are the people in the course etc. Just any information you think would be helpful!

Thank you :-)
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(Original post by lyning83)
Hey guys,

I've got offers for both courses and am stuck choosing between the two. For ISPS I'm planning to learn Japanese and concentrate in anthropology, whereas for BASc I'm planning to take the societies major pathway along with the health and environment minor pathway.

Could any current students in either course please share what their experience is like? How's the teaching, is the workload stressful, how flexible are they in terms of module choice, how are the people in the course etc. Just any information you think would be helpful!

Thank you :-)
Hi, I’m looking at the ISPS course atm. Can I ask what your offer is to study it?? Thanks🙂
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Hi, I’m looking at the ISPS course atm. Can I ask what your offer is to study it?? Thanks🙂
I got an unconditional offer (took my A Levels in 2017) with AAA
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I got an unconditional offer (took my A Levels in 2017) with AAA
Oh, I thought the entry requirements are A*AA?
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Oh, I thought the entry requirements are A*AA?
Where I'm from (Singapore), we take a different version of the A-levels, and the highest possible grade one can get is an A. So if we get an A here it's equivalent to both an A* or A in your version of the A-Levels
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