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Manchester v/s Newcastle! for EEE

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    Hey guys!

    I have got an admit from 2 courses in the UK:
    1. Msc. Automation and Control at Newcastle University.
    2. Msc. Advanced Control and Systems Engineering at University of Manchester.
    I have been able to secure an admission in both these courses for Sept., 2012 intake.

    I am sincerely seeking an advice on which course should I opt for out of these two options? Which one's better???? Please help meeee?


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    Never been to Manchester, but even though I don't study or come from there, I have visited 'the toon' many times and it is awesome!
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    Please guys!!!I really need some serious advice!! Some serious suggestion!! Please help meee!!
    Looking forward to neone's reply


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