Which biology/biotech masters is better for a career in industry: an MRes or MSc? Watch

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In September, I'm going to be starting a Masters in Molecular Genetics, with the aim of entering the pharma/biotech/agritech industry after I graduate. I'm still undecided whether or not I should pursue a Masters that has more taught components (MSc) or a heavier research component (MRes). Which programme would be more beneficial, and why?
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Depends on whether you need to bulk up your research skills and experience or your knowledge.
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In September, I'm going to be starting a Masters in Molecular Genetics, with the aim of entering the pharma/biotech/agritech industry after I graduate. I'm still undecided whether or not I should pursue a Masters that has more taught components (MSc) or a heavier research component (MRes). Which programme would be more beneficial, and why?
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