Big difference between Degree and HND/C in Biology?

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Hi there

Basically im 19, left college last June (2010), left with quite good grades BBC and did the same with my GCSE’s before all are A*-C but know, after my gap year i still dont want to go to university and end up with all this debt. However i absolutely love studying science especially geography/geology/biology.

Currently i work for McDonald’s doing their management programme, which when completed i get a level 3 diploma in shift management its fun but its not something i can see myself doing forever. My local college offers a HNC in applied biology part time study over 2 years, and i wondered if anyone from the science field knew if this stood for anything because it sounds pretty great.

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    Media elmi.
    November 10, 2011 at 7:34 am

    A HND is considered equivalent to the first two years of a university degree programme, is a really good choice and a lot of employers respect this course. You could top-up with this programme by another one or two years making it a full degree.

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