Hello. I'm new to the page. I've been looking at a masters, Biodiversity, evolution and conservation at university college London (in collab with Natural history museum and Institute for Zoolology). I was wondering if anyone has done this degree and can tell me if they enjoyed it, and more specifically if theres a reason its so much more expensive than most, and is it worth the money? Thank you!
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