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    I've got offers for Automotive Engineering form both unis. But it is so difficult for me to decide which uni is better:confused: , cuz I heard both unis have excellent reputations and reviews. I really need some advices now.
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    Hiya, I have no idea about the course itself but I did my undergrad degree at Loughborough and loved it. Gorgeous campus [although engineering is at the far end, it's right next to the library and close to a bus stop for 2 different routes], loads of trees and short cuts for people on foot, plenty of car parks for those driving. I liked that campus felt separate from town so it had a nice community atmosphere, but was still only a 15 min walk from the town centre and a 20min walk from the train station.
    I'd vote Loughborough, but I'm biased
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    So you've already done a bachelors?
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    (Original post by lm_wfc)
    So you've already done a bachelors?
    Yep~Actually I've been working as a software engineer for nearly 2 years.
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    (Original post by Boggins)
    Hiya, I have no idea about the course itself but I did my undergrad degree at Loughborough and loved it. Gorgeous campus [although engineering is at the far end, it's right next to the library and close to a bus stop for 2 different routes], loads of trees and short cuts for people on foot, plenty of car parks for those driving. I liked that campus felt separate from town so it had a nice community atmosphere, but was still only a 15 min walk from the town centre and a 20min walk from the train station.
    I'd vote Loughborough, but I'm biased
    Thank you for your reply and kind introduction, it's so useful. I'd perfer the campus full of green.
 
 
 
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