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    Hey guys i'd like you to help me decide between these four courses that i've got offers from!

    Mechanical engineering - Nottingham
    Engineering business management -Warwick
    Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics- Glasgow
    Aeronautics and Astronautics-Southampton

    I'd appreciate if you guys help me out! Waiting for your replies

    Cheers,
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    Well it depends what you want to do really and what matters to you more.

    What do you want to do for a job later, which has a nicer campus, which uni is ranked higher, is it just down the road from your parents (was important for me not to be) etc.

    Can't really give specific advice as don't know you. Well done on getting 4 offers though.
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    Well, do you want to do a business-y course or not? Either one mades Warwick an easy decision - you either do, so you have to choose it, or you don't, so it gets ruled out.

    Assuming not, do you want to do aeronautical engineering? If not, Nottingham. If so, one of Glasgow or So'ton. Assuming you do, would you like to do mechnical engineering as well? Yes - Glasgow; no - So'ton.

    Simple.
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    Thanks Alian!
    well, i'm actually from pakistan and have got a brother living in the UK. But as far as my career choice is concerned, i'm not quite sure actually. I have Math, Physics, Further math, chemistry and Economics in A-level. Math and physics are the two subjects that fascinate me the most. I'd like to go for mechanical engineering as it gives you that freedom of Studying physics and math together, accommodating each other. I also like the sound of aeronautics, which i think is also along the same line, a mixture of physical ideas accomadated my mathematical equations!
 
 
 
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