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    Here is a rough list, also...if anyone else has any idea of anything similar at other Universities, tell me?! I know Edinburgh and St. Andrews both do Neuroscience and Human Sciences so I could study both but I don't want to waste one of my choices on Edinburgh who almost never let English people in and St. Andrews isn't my kind of place (I don't think...!?)
    Also Oxford...How do they feel about 3 years of A Levels? I'm only retaking one subject (Spanish, so not really relevant) and taking 2 new ones (Biology and Chemistry).

    Warwick
    Biological Sciences - BBB
    York
    Biology - ABB
    Bristol
    Anatomical Sciences – BBB
    Neuroscience - ABB
    Leicester
    Biological Sciences - ABB
    Leeds
    Neuroscience – AAB-BBB
    Biology & History/Philosophy of Science - BBB
    Nottingham
    Neuroscience - BBB
    UCL
    Biological Sciences – AAB-BBB
    Human Sciences - AAB
    King’s
    Human Sciences – ABB
    Neuroscience - ABB
    Birmingham
    Human Biology – AAB –BBB
    Aston
    Human Biology – BBC


    • Anatomy
    • Neuroscience
    • Human Biology
    • Human Sciences

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    Have yo been to St Andrews to see if you like the place?
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    Come to Kings, they have a brilliant anatomy dept. with dissection which is invaluable if you want to do human sciences, and not all universities offer that, especially if you are not a medic. The neuroscience course at Kings is a bit wierd though, I don't know if this is true of everywhere, but the course here has big philosophy modules in it, which may or may not be something that interests you?
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    (Original post by Annaconda)
    Have yo been to St Andrews to see if you like the place?
    Yeah, I do kind of like it, but it's just miles from anywhere. Seems a bit..restricted?

    (Original post by Eidolon)
    Come to Kings, they have a brilliant anatomy dept. with dissection which is invaluable if you want to do human sciences, and not all universities offer that, especially if you are not a medic. The neuroscience course at Kings is a bit wierd though, I don't know if this is true of everywhere, but the course here has big philosophy modules in it, which may or may not be something that interests you?
    Sounds good, would it be the same at UCL? And yeah philosophy sounds good to me, as long as there's not too much psychology.
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    I don't know about UCL to be honest, best thing would be to have a look on their website
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    In all honestly I dont think that Oxford would look at you having resat Spanish, though I may well be wrong. Is it possible for you to do say Maths in a year rather than the Spanish? I know that Cardiff do a Neuroscience course and that many of their science courses are done with a year in Industry, so perhaps thats available for Neuroscience? Depends if you fancy that year work experience really.
 
 
 
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