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I'm applying for chemistry at university and was wondering which universities have the best chemistry courses and why. If anyone can give me any advice or let me know what they like the most about their course (if they're studying chemistry) and whether their university has enough freedom within the subject to potentially lean into engineering. My predicted grades are A* A* A and am currently studying maths physics and chemistry and enjoy all three of subjects! Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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I'm applying for chemistry at university and was wondering which universities have the best chemistry courses and why. If anyone can give me any advice or let me know what they like the most about their course (if they're studying chemistry) and whether their university has enough freedom within the subject to potentially lean into engineering. My predicted grades are A* A* A and am currently studying maths physics and chemistry and enjoy all three of subjects! Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
Hey Eli55 Not sure if you've considered studying in Scotland at all, but we offer a few Chemistry degrees at Strathclyde! We have a couple of our Chemistry students available on Unibuddy if you fancy chatting to someone that's studying them at the mo! You can find our Unibuddy page here They'll be able to give you loads of info about their course experiences.

Our Chemistry department offer a few different MChem degrees (such as specialising in Chemistry with Drug Discovery, or Forensic & Analytical Chemistry for example) and with your predicted grades I'm sure the department would welcome your application. We also have a combined degree with our Engineering faculty- an MSci Applied Chemistry & Chemical Engineering which could be suited to your interest in Engineering! We really emphasise practical skills at Strathclyde. All of our Chemistry degrees have a compulsory placement year so you'll get to build upon your skills working alongside your studies. On top of that, Glasgow is a fantastic place to live and study too!

Let me know if I can help with anything else at all! Best of luck making your choices- I know it's not easy! :^_^:

- Caitlin
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