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Hi so a number of unis offer a one year post grad called MSc in advanced chemical engineering, I was wondering, would you do this course after doing a BEng in chem eng or after a MEng in chem eng?
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Hi so a number of unis offer a one year post grad called MSc in advanced chemical engineering, I was wondering, would you do this course after doing a BEng in chem eng or after a MEng in chem eng?
You could do it after both, but there'd be little point in doing it after an MEng as there's little point in having two masters degrees, let alone in identical fields.
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You could do it after both, but there'd be little point in doing it after an MEng as there's little point in having two masters degrees, let alone in identical fields.
so would you do it after a BEng?
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Yes, do it after a BEng. Doing an MSc after an MEng is only worth it if the MSc is something wildly different from your MEng.
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