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    I'm about to finish a Bsc in experimental Physics at York, and have successfully applied for an Msc in Civil Engineering at University College London. The way the degree works at UCL is that you do a 9 month course bringing you up to speed with engineering, then the 1 year Msc afterwards. This grants you a full msc and enables you to become chartered etc.

    However my application was a little late as things go, and having only just received my offer I don't have any form of sponsorship or funding. Considering the degree starts in August, this is obviously something I really need to try to figure out asap. Those of you in the UK who have completed a postgrad course in engineering (or anything really), how did you fund it? What are some good companies to start looking into? If all else fails I might take out a further education loan but obviously that is something I want to avoid if possible.
 
 
 
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