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    Hi, i am currently deciding between these universities for chemical engineering next year and have similar conditional offers from all of them and was wandering which would offer the best job prospects in the future.

    Thanks Robbie
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    all of them are good, but manchester would be the best bet in terms of job prospects because i think it's more recognized.

    also, what are the required grades for each, are there any other options - how likely is it that you will meet the offer for manchester if you do decide to firm that.

    take that all into consideration mate and also find out which universities you've got offers from are the most lenient, you can use http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/ to find out the average UCAS points required for last year(I think) and then go from there.
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    (Original post by Robmw)
    Hi, i am currently deciding between these universities for chemical engineering next year and have similar conditional offers from all of them and was wandering which would offer the best job prospects in the future.

    Thanks Robbie
    Manchester is very GOOD for chemical engineering, and I would recommend that as your firm...


    Out of interest which one did you firm?
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    right now at manchester, chemical engineering is ****. half of the good lecturers have left and we've got a bunch of tools running the department. only about half of the students on the industrial experience course got 12 month placements this year when it was supposed to be 98% every year. next year things will change since we're moving campus with a new building and everything. then again i don't think industry is aware of this so we're probably still better than Bath and Newcastle in the eyes of outsiders
 
 
 
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