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whats Lancaster uni like??? I wanna study social work there but my parents want me to go uclan
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whats Lancaster uni like??? I wanna study social work there but my parents want me to go uclan
Hello!
I'm currently a student there and I'd be happy to help you! Are there any specific questions you'd like answers to?
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Hello!
I'm currently a student there and I'd be happy to help you! Are there any specific questions you'd like answers to?
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whats the social work department like???
also with the biomedical course, do you transfer to medicine after the course finishes
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whats Lancaster uni like??? I wanna study social work there but my parents want me to go uclan
Its YOUR decision not your parents.

Dont know much about either uni tbh, Lancaster is an average to good uni; Uclan is well below average (reputation wise). Unless you have a specific course in mind Uclan is known for I would go to Lancaster, its more prestigious and has better prospects.
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whats Lancaster uni like??? I wanna study social work there but my parents want me to go uclan
Are you likely to get the BBB Lancaster require?
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whats the social work department like???
also with the biomedical course, do you transfer to medicine after the course finishes
Hmm okay it's difficult to answer that question since I don't study it, and I don't know anyone studying it. The best idea would be to use the uni buddy student - you can talk to a social work student here: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/study/ch...n=&ub_content=
(let me know if the link works)
You cannot just convert from biomedical science to medicine but you are able to apply for graduate entry medicine (although almost any degree can do this).
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions
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Are you likely to get the BBB Lancaster require?
honestly my AS results weren't the best but I've been putting my head down since the start of this year and aiming for BBB.
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Hmm okay it's difficult to answer that question since I don't study it, and I don't know anyone studying it. The best idea would be to use the uni buddy student - you can talk to a social work student here: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/study/ch...n=&ub_content=
(let me know if the link works)
You cannot just convert from biomedical science to medicine but you are able to apply for graduate entry medicine (although almost any degree can do this).
Hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions
Charlotte
the link worked
thank you
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honestly my AS results weren't the best but I've been putting my head down since the start of this year and aiming for BBB.
Apply to both and organise some relevant work experience if you haven't already
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