£22k is much cheaper than $44k.
If you want money so badly just become a drug dealer or somthing.
You don't seem to realise how much £35k is, especially as a starting salary, investment banks, amounst the highest payers in the world, pay their graduates about £24k at first, which rises rapidly if they are good.
Matouwah is right. For most courses, if you complete your education in the US you will get more money coming out of school. Afterall they don't call it the land of mil and honey for nothing. Its just the US has a more capitalist system. Just look at the Unis for example. Oxford has an endowment of 4.4 billion US while Harvard has 19.3 billion US. The UK is a really nice country - personally I think its better than any in Europe, but some parts of the US are better. Even though it costs more it doesn't mean the the level of service is the same as the UK. Medical costs in the US are huge but overall they have the best health system as they spend 14% of GDP, the UK only spends 8%
i plan on robbing my university when i get in and robbing the people in my accomodation. i then plan on leaving the UK and spending my money on a beach resort. and ****ing hot women.
i'm positive that its less than $45,000.i had an alumini interview with some guy from MIT and he told me dat....plus all uni websites have similar figures......29k for tuition.....bout 8k for room...and rest for food n livinig.......
chartered? does dat mean experienced?
If you have an accredited MEng in Chemical Engineering you can become chartered after ~5 years of experience. But you don't just need the experience you also have to have some kind of assessment before you are allowed to become chartered.