I've just received an offer from Imperial which was the last one I was waiting for, so now that I have all my offers, where should I go ?
The main points for me are the reputation of the course and the job prospects in the UK and internationnally.
I asked about the top MSc in Aerospace a few months ago and I received this answer from Shiny:
"But seriously, Cranfield is definitely worth considering for MSc Aerospace Eng especially if you want to work in that field afterwards. They have very good links with industry and it may help with getting a job afterwards. Also, Loughborough have good links with BAE Systems and Rolls Royce and Cambridge has excellent academics although the their Masters course is more of research degree rather than a taught course. Others to consider are maybe Bristol, Bath ..."
Imperial seems an obvious choice for me, maybe am I wrong, but Shiny didn't even mentionned it, strange...
Cranfield University - MSc Aerospace Dynamics
University of Glasgow - Adv. PG Dip. Aerospace Engineering
Imperial College - MSc Advanced Computational Methods for Aeronautics, Flow Management and Fluid-Structure Interaction
Kingston University - Msc Aerospace Engineering
Loughborough University - MSc Advanced Methods in Aeronautical Engineering
University of Sheffield - MSc Aerodynamics and Aerostuctures
University of Southampton - Msc Aerodynamics and Computation
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- 12-07-2005 11:34