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if you apply for a degree that says "bsc hons", is the honours bit optional?
This says "if you progress".. but if you dont do it then you only study for two years???
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if you apply for a degree that says "bsc hons", is the honours bit optional?
What do you mean by "optional" in this context?
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What do you mean by "optional" in this context?
like can you choose not to do the dissertation and research part?
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like can you choose not to do the dissertation and research part?
By "progress to honours" they mean "don't fail either of the first two years and drop out"
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If you did not progress to years 3 & 4 you would not be awarded a bachelors degree, (honours or otherwise).

Undergrad degrees in the UK are typically all "with Honours" and there is no option to complete just an ordinary bachelors.
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