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Help !!!!!
I dont know which university to go to
huddersfield for the science extended degree /9foundation year for pharmacy basically )
or manchester pharmacy with a foundation year
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Help !!!!!
I dont know which university to go to
huddersfield for the science extended degree /9foundation year for pharmacy basically )
or manchester pharmacy with a foundation year
which one did you prefer? I personally went to the Huddersfield application day yesterday for the science extended degree as I want to do optometry. The tutor I saw there seemed very approachable and helpful. I have firmed Huddersfield uni. Not sure about Manchester, have you went to the university before?
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which one did you prefer? I personally went to the Huddersfield application day yesterday for the science extended degree as I want to do optometry. The tutor I saw there seemed very approachable and helpful. I have firmed Huddersfield uni. Not sure about Manchester, have you went to the university before?
ohmydays i went to the applicant visit day on saturday !!! ive not yet been to manchester tho ,i really would like to go but i think it might be hard commuting from bradford to manchester everyday
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ohmydays i went to the applicant visit day on saturday !!! ive not yet been to manchester tho ,i really would like to go but i think it might be hard commuting from bradford to manchester everyday
Did you talk to Liz (she was the course tutor)?
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Did you talk to Liz (she was the course tutor)?
im not sure what her name was as i came a bit late
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ah ok I was running late so I missed the talk, all I went to was the chat with the teacher
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im not sure what her name was as i came a bit late
huddersfield might be better cos of commuting. and the grades for hudds is much easier than manchester's foundation year. are you deciding which to firm? manchester is a russell group and would be great but its what is best for you. how long is commuting?
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huddersfield might be better cos of commuting. and the grades for hudds is much easier than manchester's foundation year. are you deciding which to firm? manchester is a russell group and would be great but its what is best for you. how long is commuting?
I agree, I saw quite a few people on the applicant day who are now doing pharmacy, there is a higher rate of progression to pharmacy at Huddersfield
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I feel like Huddersfield would be a better option overall, as it better opportunities to do well as the course has a mixture of exams and coursework.
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I agree, I saw quite a few people on the applicant day who are now doing pharmacy, there is a higher rate of progression to pharmacy at Huddersfield
Im from Bradford so commuting would definitely be a lot easier and cheaper.How many people are on the course and how many people actually progress ?
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I feel like Huddersfield would be a better option overall, as it better opportunities to do well as the course has a mixture of exams and coursework.
That's definitely reassuring to hear ,thank you
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are the grades not similar as at huddersfield you have to get 70% in each module ?
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That's definitely reassuring to hear ,thank you
Is the coursework included in to the final overall grade for each module?
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huddersfield might be better cos of commuting. and the grades for hudds is much easier than manchester's foundation year. are you deciding which to firm? manchester is a russell group and would be great but its what is best for you. how long is commuting?
commuting to hudds would be around 35 minutes and manchester around 1 hour
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are the grades not similar as at huddersfield you have to get 70% in each module ?
yes but I think that's achievable because we also have coursework aswell as exams
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Is the coursework included in to the final overall grade for each module?
yes I believe so, that's what the lecturer at Huddersfield told me
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