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I do physics maths and psychology for levels but I only chose them because they are probably useful for an apprenticeship but then I realised i should keep my options open and apply to unis by I want to do something like neuroscience or pharmacology but most of the top unis need you to have chemistry and bio, there are some unis like Middlesex and the University of West London which I can do neuroscience and pharmacology at but I've heard their facilities are not good. What should I do?

And sorry if I do neuroscience can I do pharmacology or something similar in my second year? and vise versa if I do pharmacology can I do something with the brain in my second year?
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Bristol - Psychology & Neuroscience - http://www.bristol.ac.uk/study/under...-neuroscience/
Leicester - Psychology & Neuroscience - https://le.ac.uk/courses/psychology-...ience-bsc/2021
Sussex - Psychology and Neuroscience - https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/under...uroscience-bsc
None of these courses appear to need Biology. Do not get obsessed with the idea of 'top' University - if the course is accredited by BPS, its fine. 'Top' Uni doesn't guarantee you a job.

Multi-science choices
Natural Sciences at Bath : https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...ural-sciences/
Natural Science at Exeter : https://www.exeter.ac.uk/undergradua...-sciences/bsc/
Liberal Arts and Sciences at Brum : https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergr...-sciences.aspx
Combined Sciences at HW : https://www.hw.ac.uk/uk/study/undergraduate/combined-studies-bsc.htm
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(Original post by Rkam)
I do physics maths and psychology for levels but I only chose them because they are probably useful for an apprenticeship but then I realised i should keep my options open and apply to unis by I want to do something like neuroscience or pharmacology but most of the top unis need you to have chemistry and bio, there are some unis like Middlesex and the University of West London which I can do neuroscience and pharmacology at but I've heard their facilities are not good. What should I do?

And sorry if I do neuroscience can I do pharmacology or something similar in my second year? and vise versa if I do pharmacology can I do something with the brain in my second year?
Hi, my name is Alex and I am ambassador at Middlesex.

Middlesex is great university which can provide you excellent facilities for studying. You can explore our campus here, during virtual tour: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/get-in-touch/virtual-tour Middlesex is about 10 minutes far away from Hendon Central station, where Northern Line works. You can also take a bus which will take you straight up to university. Our campus is new and modern.

You cna write to Aisha who is course ambassador at our univeristy, she will know more about facilities for neuroscience and pharmacology. You can contact her by clicking this link: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/student-life/c...s&ub_campaign=

Best wishes,
Alex
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