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Any current students here? Got offers from both for BIochem, but unfortunately won't have time to visit before may. Any advices which one to choose? I am thinking about doing Medicine Graduate afterwards.....
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ucl much better than bristol, is the best university for me, and also is in London!
you know london isssss london!:P
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hehe. better course-wise or better as a city? or both :P. The thing is that UCL doesn't give much info about the course itself on the website, so i was wondering if it is interesting/difficult/a lot of practical work etc. Also in the first year you can't choose any modules... but in bristol you can....
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Are you not able to even go and walk around them? Getting to see a university is quite important. UCL is in London - would you like to live in London or prefer somewhere a bit smaller like Bristol?
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i don't live in England, and right now i'm extremely busy so no chance i can go . i am not too concerned about living in a big city, so i'm trying to figure out which course is better/more prestigious/ better suited to do medicine grad afterward...
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happy caturday everyone btw :P
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(Original post by Borsuk)
Any current students here? Got offers from both for BIochem, but unfortunately won't have time to visit before may. Any advices which one to choose? I am thinking about doing Medicine Graduate afterwards.....
hey, i applied to bristol to do biochem, but unfortunately not UCL so cant help you there (didnt apply there because london is so big and so expensive, dunno just didn't seem right for me)
bristol's biochem department is very good (i know im slightly biased), one of the really goods in the country. so is UCL from what i can gather. so there really isnt much to go one with that point.
i guess it comes down to which city you would rather live in
i picked bristol because it seemed a really nice place, quite big so theres alot to do, but also small enough so that you dont feel freaked out!

PM me if you have any particluar questions!
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My advice to you is to choose neither and to stay where you are and give a UK student a chance of a place.
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My advice to you is to choose neither and to stay where you are and give a UK student a chance of a place.
what a ****
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I sincerely hope you die. With all my hearth.
Firstly, I wouldn’t wish death upon that user. Bit harsh, even if his comment was silly.

Secondly, this thread is 5 years old...
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