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    Hello,

    I was hoping someone could offer me some advice on a decision I have to make.

    I have applied, and got places, on the following two courses:

    - UCL: Project and Enterprise Management MSc
    - LSBU: Construction Project Management MSc

    Obviously UCL has a great reputation, however, I was wondering if studying at LSBU may give me a more 'practical' and rounded overview to project management in the construction industry, rather than UCL, which may have a more academic focus?

    My main concern with UCL is that I will spend two years writing essays, and therefore not gain the necessary construction knowledge needed to excel in this industry.

    I'd appreciate any insight on either one of the courses,

    Thank you in advance,

    Isabella
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    Nobody is going to have any real comparative insight on course content.
    This idea about essays vs practical isn't helpful, if you want to 'excel in the industry' then you must pick the best opportunity for your future career.
 
 
 
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