Need some feedback on something that is troubling me, I have offers for PhD from Australian National University and The University of Bristol. SG here.
Anyone studied from both unis? Any views or comments about which would you recommend?
Hey guyz! Anybody doing LLB law at Leicester University from this sept??
Hey there! Any locals studying in UK able to advice me on which universities are reputable (for engineering) as I am interested in doing an exchange in UK during AY15/16 semester 2.
It might be a little early as it is probably 2 years away but application in NUS is starting soon (we have to apply 1.5yrs earlier) and I do not want to be bothered by exchange problems during semester!
My purpose for exchange are to:
- Map engineering modules over (else I have to do tough core modules back here!)
- Tour Europe (hence it is preferred the university is accessible to airports/trains for travelling)
- Internship (I am thinking of securing a summer internship after finishing exchange in UK, not sure if it is possible though; any advice will be great!!)
I am thinking of studying Computer Science at Cambridge. Well, putting prestige (and chim-ness) aside, I fell in love with the Computer Science curriculum, mainly due to its emphasis on theoretical/core foundations in CS, rather than the practical aspects of it.
Anyways, from the country-specific application statistics, Cambridge states that its typical offer is AAAA at H2 level. However, I only took 3H2, 1H1 and 1H3 (all distinctions). Would they still accept my qualifications? Anyone who (or knows a person who) got an offer to study Cambridge with only 3H2 and 1H1 subjects? I have sent an e-mail to the colleges I shortlisted and I am still awaiting replies.
I'm also quite anxious about the interview (if I get shortlisted) as, since I am male, I have forgotten what I studied in JC, due to NS. :P I've also heard that interviews in Singapore also include a TSA essay. Is that true?
Hi all. I'm planning to study Television Production in Middlesex University and I've been offered a place. I'm assuming that most of you in this thread are already students in the UK. I'd like some advice in regards to bank loans and if you've gotten some money out, how much and how did you manage to pay the loans during your time of study?
Yes, yes, I know Television Production is a lame course and quite stupid to study overseas. But I am very interested in media, and I am aware that Singapore's media industry is small and limited, thus I'd like to study overseas, and hopefully if things go well, I might even migrate (but many things can happen in 3 years, so who knows).
Any Singaporeans applied to do PhD in UK this year? (I Did)