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    I hold an offer for this course but it's not for the course I originally applied for, could someone tell me what it's like studying it, is it really interesting and workload? at imperial? and also if you could choose again would choose a different type of engineering? What are the job prospects like for Materials graduates like?
    Atm not too keen on it, because I just got the image of working in labs the whole time, and I see something like civil engineering as more proactive.

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    http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/ugprospec...raduatecourses

    Scroll down to the bit on course structure. From what I can see, it's just material engineering. You'll learn about bonds and which bonds have different properties, so I'd expect a lot of practicals with that course.
 
 
 
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