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I have offers MSc Drug Development Science from King's College London, MSc Drug Discovery from University of Nottingham and MSC Drug Discovery from University of Bath. I'm considering which university is the best for having a job after graduating.

I reckon the University of Nottingham has the highest Rank, however King's College is located in London which has more jobs opportunities.
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Hi everyone,
I have offers MSc Drug Development Science from King's College London, MSc Drug Discovery from University of Nottingham and MSC Drug Discovery from University of Bath. I'm considering which university is the best for having a job after graduating.

I reckon the University of Nottingham has the highest Rank, however King's College is located in London which has more jobs opportunities.
From a practical point of view, it will be cheaper to live in Nottingham than London. And both Notts and Kings are Russell group. However, Bath is a beautiful city within the Green belt with many historical places to visit if you are interested in that kind of culture; and it also has a good record in pharmacy, like the other two.
If you are aiming for a pharmaceutical company job after your degree, then most of these are based in/ or around London and in the south.
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Hi everyone,
I have offers MSc Drug Development Science from King's College London, MSc Drug Discovery from University of Nottingham and MSC Drug Discovery from University of Bath. I'm considering which university is the best for having a job after graduating.

I reckon the University of Nottingham has the highest Rank, however King's College is located in London which has more jobs opportunities.
Hey,

I am a current 3rd year student (about to start an MRes) at the uni of Nottingham.
I have personally loved my time at the uni and think the campus is a really nice place to study. The city has everything you could need as a student from really nice independent restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and clubs if you want a night out.
The uni also has loads of sports and societies to join so whatever your interests you will be able to meet lots of like-minded people.

I hope this helps and if you have any questions about the uni just let me know,
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Thanks for your recommendation!
I'm currently living at London and I prefer the university in London as I don't need to move to another city.
These universities are quite good in pharmacy. I'm considering the possibilities of finding jobs after graduation. As you said Kings will have more advantages in this.

Thank you!
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Hey Emily,

Thank you for your reply!

I also heard my friend said that Uni of Not is a great uni, not only the reputation but also the socialise living area.

Even though I'm currently living in London, I still consider move to Nottingham to continue my Msc degree .
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Hey Emily,

Thank you for your reply!

I also heard my friend said that Uni of Not is a great uni, not only the reputation but also the socialise living area.

Even though I'm currently living in London, I still consider move to Nottingham to continue my Msc degree .
Hey,

So uni rankings fluctuate all of the time, although it is something to consider I would look course by course as this usually gives a better reflection. That being said in my opinion uni and uni life is worth so much more than just going to the best uni currently. If you are happy and feel good studying at the uni then chances are you will perform better and get a better overall result. Course structure is also different between unis so what may suit some people will not necessarily work for you.

I have personally really enjoyed the social aspect of uni. In first year there was lots of events put on by the halls and also joining sports and societies will always help with meeting people and socialising. In the city there are lots of activities (usually with a student discount) such as mini golf, cinema, bowling etc as well as lots of bars and clubs if you enjoy going out.
From second year onwards most student live out in 3 main student areas. The biggest of this is called Lenton and is around 20 mins from the uni and the city. All of the student living in the same areas means seeing friends, parties etc is so easy and from my experience very social.

I hope this helps but if you have any other questions just let me know,
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