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I personally did not study Biomedical Science, however, my student experience as a whole at Salford has been incredibly rewarding and fun. We have a couple of posts on our Made in Salford blog where we have spoken to students who have studied Biomedical Science and/or have taken part in relevant placements. We recommend you read these as it might help you with your decision:
An interview with Biomedical Science student Farah:
An interview with Biomedical Science student Zahra, who is doing a placement at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital:
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I have an unconditional offer to study Biomedical Science at Salford Uni and I could possibly get through clearing at MMU. Which University is better for this course and why? I have been to both open days and I like the look and feel of Salford a lot better but many people are telling me MMU is better as it has a higher ranking. Any advice would be appreciated thanks.
I'll be starting my third year of biomedical science at salford uni. I honestly have loved the past 2 years in this university and wouldn't change a thing. The staff are really helpful and are available most of the time if you need any help/guidance. The timetable is also good as you have plenty of free time to catch up on lectures. Its also really easy to get to if you're not planning on living on campus as the salford cresent train station is right next to the uni.