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  1. Jun 21, 2009 #1
    Hey people.

    I'm currently in a situation of finishing my BSc in Chemistry and about to start a MSc in mathematical biology and biophysical chemistry at the University of Warwick (This is the UK).

    I'm currently pondering what to do with my future career. Personally, Having spent 3 years and about to spend another year in the same university, I feel like moving on to another university to do a Ph.D. My question is, will the quality of a PhD matter when for example comparing universities such as Warwick (which is I believe, above-average) or in the top tier ones such as Cambridge or Imperial?

    Thanks.
     
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