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If you love chemistry, then Loughborough is a great place to study. If you don't have a genuine passion for it, you will find that you will struggle and not enjoy yourself. Great organic + inorganic lecturers. Personally I didn't have a great experience with analytical chemistry or physical chemistry but I know others that have.
Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MChem
By member725236 On
18th December 16
Most of the lecturers are really friendly and willing to help you whenever you have a problem. We have the best social side to our course compared to most other courses as we all get on so well and everyone's so different to what you may expect. Labs are amazing, we are trusted to do so many different things and make some amazing products that you could only dream of before
So far the course has been engaging and interesting. Contact hours are quite high so you feel you're getting the most out of your tuition fees. You also get plenty of lab equipment provided to you which is included in your tuition fee so it's certainly worth it.
Lectures and timetabling can be a little unorganised but I think this was just due to unfortunate circumstances at the time.
Lecturers are so boring with little to no personality. The department building is pretty much a s******. Luckily when you tell people you study chemistry at Loughborough, they are deluded that it's a good place to study.