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Blondie22
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As above, just curious! :rolleyes:
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Im doin MEng in the courses ive mentioned in my signature (below)...

Doing MENg is the easiest way for me to gain chartered engineering status...which ofcourse is the long term goal...if i did BEng then I would have to to additional qualifications...which probably add another year anyway...but yeah MEng is the most obvious route for engineers to chartered status!
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Yep. I'm doing an MPhil, as preparation for an eventual DPhil and (hopefully) a career as a lecturer.

Why are you doing yours?
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What subjects are you all doing?
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(Original post by trev)
What subjects are you all doing?
Classics
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What subjects are you all doing?
Employment Law!
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I'm doing a masters in pharmacy ... cause that's the only way to do pharmacy!
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I thought you can do pharmacy with a bachelor degree.
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Well obviously not otherwise I wouldn't have said ... it's been a masters degree for a good many years now.
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True. I saw some BPharm degrees though.
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BPharm is old though, you can't do it anymore ... the society decided students should follow a four year course and so it became a masters.
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Fair enough. I think Pharmacy deserves a master qualification in one go, as it's quite a professional subject etc...
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Quite a professional subject? It IS a professional subject.
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