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Is Hertfordshire good for undergraduate physics?

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Is Hertfordshire good for undergraduate physics???

Hey all
I am going to learn physics at Hertfordshire Uni and i hope to master in theoretical physics at imperial .The physics rank for Hertfordshire is low and their course structure is quite different when comparing to other universities (here link http://www.herts.ac.uk/courses/Physics_structure.cfm ).So any one please tell me does it really effect when i am going to masters in theoretical physics and also is Hertfordshire good at physics?
 
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Re: Is Hertfordshire good for undergraduate physics???

If you're looking to complete a post graduate masters, then generally your grade from undergraduate will be the most important thing.

I don't know anything about Hertfordshire as an institution, though.
 

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