UCL Vs Manchester . Chemical engineering Watch

m_kazzam
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I applied for chemical engineering in University college of london and university of manchester. I live in the United Arab Emirates, got swedish passport, im in grade 12 international school of chouifat, i did My AP (advanced placements), im 95% sure i will reach my conditional offers
Thats my situation.

Manchester or london, Manchester is cheaper living cost plus i got a cousin there.but London is london and its ranked higher..is it still worth it
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Yes, but Manchester is the only uni that has a pilot plant where you can use real chemical engineering machines.
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Forget that if you are doing year in industry though, that chance is gone. Been in twice in two years, once was a tour, second was as we requested to see an opened up shell-tube HE up there for heat transfer process integration. PP is great but not much for UGs, third years get to do a bit but year in industry people miss that.

Btw: Don't choose the Uni, there's nothing between the top 5-10 for chem eng, choose the place, where will you be happiest.
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