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  1. Afraid not really, The department is pretty good in general but I've never met anyone taking the course. I'd imagine its pretty good though as a few of the lecturers who teach it also teach undergrad modules and they are very good.
  2. rohitbose
    08-01-2012
    Thanks a ton man.
  3. rohitbose
    08-01-2012
    Thanks a ton man.

    I hope i can get back to you in case of any doubt.

    God bless.
  4. rohitbose
    08-01-2012
    Thanks a ton man.

    I hope i can get back to you in case of any doubt.

    God bless.
  5. Studying in London would make it more convenient to get to interviews. Otherwise, there isn't much of an advantage.

    I don't know how to give them a rating. I would say that the UCL course will probably give you the strongest practical training, which can more readily be transferred to the job market.
  6. rohitbose
    08-01-2012
    would studying in london have an impact ?

    It would be really nice if you could just give them a rating for me.

    thanks a ton in advance
  7. There won't be much difference between them in terms of job prospects. I suggest going for the topic which you find most interesting.

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