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    It seems UCL has a great connection with Yale, like exchange programs. Does anyone know anything about this?
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    Afraid not, although I'd be interested to hear more information if anyone has it. *Subscribes*
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    I don't know about other subjects but they're working on exchange programs in the history department. I rather like the idea.
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    (Original post by Wicketer)
    It seems UCL has a great connection with Yale, like exchange programs. Does anyone know anything about this?

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    Afraid not, although I'd be interested to hear more information if anyone has it. *Subscribes*
    The international unis depend on which course u do at UCL. In addition, they require you to be enrolled on an Meng ( electronic engineering for eg) and get very good grades in the 1st n 2nd year + pass the highly competitive selection process.

    More info :

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...dy-abroad-fair


    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...tudents-abroad

    And most importantly :
    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...rtments/index/

    Just click on ur course, open the word document and it has a list of all the participating unis, accreditation and a contact email for further further info.

    Hope that helps!
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    (Original post by 12ian34)
    I know the UCL Professor (of Cardiology - John Martin) who initially decided to make the link. Himself and a Yale Professor of Cardiology, along with the presence of Tony Blair signed the agreement.

    Here's just some background information:

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0910/09100802

    I can ask him to find out more if you'd like, but that'd be after January, I don't have the time until after my exams have finished (on Feb 1st...!)
    (From ur ucas), you must really love UCL!
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    (Original post by wizz_kid)
    The international unis depend on which course u do at UCL. In addition, they require you to be enrolled on an Meng ( electronic engineering for eg) and get very good grades in the 1st n 2nd year + pass the highly competitive selection process.

    More info :

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...dy-abroad-fair


    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...tudents-abroad

    And most importantly :
    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu...rtments/index/

    Just click on ur course, open the word document and it has a list of all the participating unis, accreditation and a contact email for further further info.

    Hope that helps!
    Thanks for those links! They really helped. Wow I'm actually beginning to consider UCL for Meng over Imperial now. I can switch to the business program and get lectures at LSE as well as a shot for Yale :p:
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    (Original post by Wicketer)
    Thanks for those links! They really helped. Wow I'm actually beginning to consider UCL for Meng over Imperial now. I can switch to the business program and get lectures at LSE as well as a shot for Yale :p:
    Yep. Good luck!
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    (Original post by Wicketer)
    Thanks for those links! They really helped. Wow I'm actually beginning to consider UCL for Meng over Imperial now. I can switch to the business program and get lectures at LSE as well as a shot for Yale :p:
    I really wouldn't... Imperial is a global forerunner in Engineering, UCL isn't. Yale isn't.
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    (Original post by 12ian34)
    I know the UCL Professor (of Cardiology - John Martin) who initially decided to make the link. Himself and a Yale Professor of Cardiology, along with the presence of Tony Blair signed the agreement.

    Here's just some background information:

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0910/09100802

    I can ask him to find out more if you'd like, but that'd be after January, I don't have the time until after my exams have finished (on Feb 1st...!)
    Waww.. what an avid fan of UCL
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    Yeah, apparently you can do a year in Caltech for physics...does anyone know if you go to one of their Europe partners you follow the Erasmus scheme?
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    (Original post by wizz_kid)
    (From ur ucas), you must really love UCL!
    (Original post by manthew)
    Waww.. what an avid fan of UCL
    Aha, yeah... actually I need to update my signature.
    I had offers accepted last year but missed out on an A by 2% in Chemistry, now I'm retaking, predicted AAA. Should be revising not on TSR!
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    (Original post by 12ian34)
    Aha, yeah... actually I need to update my signature.
    I had offers accepted last year but missed out on an A by 2% in Chemistry, now I'm retaking, predicted AAA. Should be revising not on TSR!
    Ah! I know exactly how u feel mate. I missed by Imps AAA offer by getting AAB. Got 479/600 in physics!

    Didnt bother reapplying so UCL is my firm (deferred it).


    Good luck!
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    (Original post by wizz_kid)
    Ah! I know exactly how u feel mate. I missed by Imps AAA offer by getting AAB. Got 479/600 in physics!

    Didnt bother reapplying so UCL is my firm (deferred it).


    Good luck!
    Thanks much! And I'll see you at UCL in October. Maybe...
 
 
 

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