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Hey everyone!
So, I'm kinda in a weird situation and I don't know which university to keep as my firm.
I have an offer for Medical Biosciences at Imperial and NatSci at UCL. I've always been interested in Biomed for a long time; however, I also have a thing for engineering and, hence, I really have no idea which university to firm. I've heard mixed reviews about UCL's NatSci program and Imperial's course is really new, so I kinda need some guidance..

Thanks in advance tho!
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I am studying NatSci at UCL and chose it over imperial since half my degree is biomed and other half is maths and stats so it opens more doors for me in the future for example i'm thinking of going into biomedical engineering in the future which my maths and stats background will allow whereas with a pure bioscience degree ur more restricted in terms of branching out of biosciences.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hey everyone!
So, I'm kinda in a weird situation and I don't know which university to keep as my firm.
I have an offer for Medical Biosciences at Imperial and NatSci at UCL. I've always been interested in Biomed for a long time; however, I also have a thing for engineering and, hence, I really have no idea which university to firm. I've heard mixed reviews about UCL's NatSci program and Imperial's course is really new, so I kinda need some guidance..

Thanks in advance tho!
If go with Imperial, it's by far the best science uni aside from Cambridge, sometimes arguably better. I've heard mixed reviews about UCL NAT sci and I don't think it's a particularly well established course iconic to UCL. A degree from Imperial it's probably more impressive, despite it being be, they really are elite...
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Hey, I started the thread.

Honestly, I’m also thinking about biomedical engineering but, I really don’t know how well organised UCL’s NatSci program is😕. Is the Math and Stats/BioMed program working out for you?
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Since there are multiple stream combinations timetabling can be an issue, however I haven't had any with my combination. But I always say that if you want to do a bio degree you want to make it as quantitative as possible in order to allow you to have the most options for the future. This is where I believe Natural Sciences comes in. I am actually doing a neuroscience specialisation through the biomed stream and since I am combining with maths and stats I am potentially looking into going into healthcare data science, biomedical engineering or the AI route which wouldn't be an option if I was doing a pure bioscience degree. Also you need to bear in mind that imperial is brilliant for the physical sciences and engineering but for life sciences especially neuroscience UCL is the best in the country.
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Hey, I started the thread.

Honestly, I’m also thinking about biomedical engineering but, I really don’t know how well organised UCL’s NatSci program is😕. Is the Math and Stats/BioMed program working out for you?
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