Loick Vernois
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Hello, I am a first year A level student studying Physics, Maths and History and I would like to do Astrophysics at university. I am not sure if I am in the right place to ask this question, but I still wanted to ask. I am planning to apply at Queen Mary in 2020 in the Msci Astrophysics degree. During university, I would like to do a year abroad in Japan, which I can do at Queen Mary. However, only the BSc and Msci 'Physics with Year Abroad' has the opportunity to have a Year Abroad during the third year. If you are a student at Queen Mary or know anything about how I can do Msci Astrophysics with a Year abroad in Japan let me know! Thanks!
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I am starting Bsc Astrophysics this year, I don't think the year abroad is compatible with msci Astrophysics and if you really like astrophysics I would not recommend you to apply to a straight physics degree.
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