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Hi, i'm interested in doing chemistry and was wondering why the Leeds course says "Chemistry MChem, BSc", why does it say MChem and BSc, whereas other unis are MChem or BSc depending on whether it includes a fourth year.
The answer might be really obvious but has confused me.
Thanks for the help!
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From what I've read of the chemistry courses on their website that say "MChem, BSc", I believe it means that after completing the 3rd year (BSc) you have the opportunity to continue onto a 4th year and get a masters qualification (MChem). Not sure if this is entirely correct, though. Apologies. Might be best to contact the university directly.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi, i'm interested in doing chemistry and was wondering why the Leeds course says "Chemistry MChem, BSc", why does it say MChem and BSc, whereas other unis are MChem or BSc depending on whether it includes a fourth year.
The answer might be really obvious but has confused me.
Thanks for the help!
Idk about MChem. I'm assuming it means the same thing bc it's together. If it's 3 years then it's a Bsc (bachelors). I'm pretty sure a masters for chem is like most and called MSci which is what my course is called
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From what I've read of the chemistry courses on their website that say "MChem, BSc", I believe it means that after completing the 3rd year (BSc) you have the opportunity to continue onto a 4th year and get a masters qualification (MChem). Not sure if this is entirely correct, though. Apologies. Might be best to contact the university directly.
Probably and it sounds right but I don't understand y the uni wouldn't just separate them like most if not all other unis do (e.g. my uni). Ours is called MSci tho
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi, i'm interested in doing chemistry and was wondering why the Leeds course says "Chemistry MChem, BSc", why does it say MChem and BSc, whereas other unis are MChem or BSc depending on whether it includes a fourth year.
The answer might be really obvious but has confused me.
Thanks for the help!
If in doubt, you can use the contact information on the course page to ask - I'm sure admissions will be happy to answer your question
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