Ideally, yours truly would be doing theoretical physics or mathematics at university after his IB diploma but it turns out that beyond teaching jobs, there isn't much else he could do with this.
Is my assumption correct? While I do hold lots of interest for the subject, I will need to have a decent enough income so I'll have to prioritise that - that's where engineering comes in. Again, is this just too naive a statement?
Anyhow, I digress.
What are the universities having the best price:quality ratio, for science or engineering? The unis have to be outside of England, the USA, Australia or any of the "rich" countries, really. Take England for instance, I looked at Imperial's fees and a rough estimate of the course alone, gives about Rs4.8m (for a 4-year engineering course + that was in Mauritian rupees btw). Ah and there's the price for living in London...ouch, yes, this does hurt. A lot.
With this in mind, which universities should I be looking at?
(Merry) Christmas y'all!
Has yours come through yet?