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Should I do Pharmacology BSc a course I totally love at a uni that doesn’t offer a Msci option or change to Biochemistry and Molecular medicine MSci at the same uni? I love the pharmacology course but I’m not sure if it will be financially realistic to aim to do a separate masters after my course ( I know there are grants and etc but that is very uncertain ). Or have a just over estimated financial difficulties of doing a masters? On the biochemistry course I should be able to take a few pharmacology modules but not all.
Also wondering if it would be a possibility to do pharmacology up until year 3 then change to an Msci course but obviously this is sounds slightly unrealistic.
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You'll end up paying the same amount of ££.
SF allows 4 years of funding on an undergrad degree. There is also separate SF funding for postgraduate Masters degrees.
So 3+1 or 4 years - makes not difference.

Switching between MSci / BSc etc varies by Uni - check, email the Dept if necessary to find out their attitude/procedure.
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