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Sorry to hear you haven't been able to reach anyone from your programme yet. I've noticed a group set up on the Facebook Freshers page - was this you? It may just be that students from the programme have not yet joined the Freshers page and will do so in due course. Obviously, due to data protection, we're not able to share other applicants contact details with you without their permission but keep trying on sites such as TSR and Facebook, as I'm sure you will reach people eventually! You could also try contacting the Department of Informatics, where your course is based, and ask if they have any current students on the programme that you could connect with. Not quite the same as connecting with the students you will studying with, I realise, but it might be interesting to hear from other students. Try contacting Emily Balls from the Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks very much,
Fran at King's College London
Thanks for your message and congratulations on your offer! Obviously to meet other students with offers on the same programme or in the same department, you could set up a forum on The Student Room and do a shout out (I'm sure you will have seen it, but there is an Applicants 2012 page already in the King's College London forum too where you could post a message)
Also we have a Facebook group for Freshers 2012 where many people have been introducing themselves and connecting with others who have offers on the same programme or School. Perhaps check that out too and get involved there: http://www.facebook.com/kingscollegelondonfreshers
Looking forward to having you join us in September!
Fran at King's College London
Applied for MSc Robotics myself (2012, September) in February, haven't received a reply though. How long did it take you to get a decision? concerning your doubts about King's, request through the department's mail that King's should send you the Programme Handbook (I did and it contains a detail description of the entire modules and assessment) and you'll find out that King's is more of what you want.
I am Rushabh Doshi , BE Electronics Engineering from Univeristy of Mumbai, India.
I have secured admission at : 1. King's College London for MSc Robotics 2012 and 2. warwick WMG for MSc Manufacturing Systems Engineering.
My prime focus being Industrial Robotics and my career goal being to come back to India after the course completion and join my fathers business involved in manufacturing of Industrial Robotic systems, which course would you suggest me to take ?
I have made my pros and cons list which is as follows.
1. king's :
pros- situated in london, course specializes in Robotics, degreed from University of London, amazing course structure but very theoratical
Cons- King's Engineering is not well known and ranked, course project work seems to be more on medical robotics, not much scope for industrial robotics
2. Warwick WMG
Pros- course teaches the aspects of manufacturing which will help in industry, good industrial link ups, project work for 8 months and scope for industrial robotics project, very practical
Cons- situated outsde london, course teahes robotics only for 1 week, subjects like AI and kinematics and stuff missing in the course structure
As you see both the unis have pros and cons, and I am very confused as to what to choose ! Can any1 help me out with the same ???????
Awaiting your reply eagerly.
Where I study
University of Mumbai
- Academic Info
- Prospective Student for MSc Robotics/ MSc Manufacturing Engineering at UK for 2012-13
- Robotics, Astronomy, Philosophy, Electronic Music, Art
- Last Activity 29-08-2012
- Join Date 03-03-2012
Join Date 03-03-2012
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