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Hi,
I have an unconditional offer from Edinburgh for Electrical Engineering. I know that the Engineering department isn't the strongest and most renowned at Edinburgh, but is it still a good/top (in the UK) university to study Engineering? Meaning, could I pursue a Masters/PhD further on at a top university (e.g. Imperial, or Unis in the US) with a good BEng degree from Edinburgh?
Thanks!!
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Hi,
I have an unconditional offer from Edinburgh for Electrical Engineering. I know that the Engineering department isn't the strongest and most renowned at Edinburgh, but is it still a good/top (in the UK) university to study Engineering? Meaning, could I pursue a Masters/PhD further on at a top university (e.g. Imperial, or Unis in the US) with a good BEng degree from Edinburgh?
Thanks!!
Yes, if you get a 1st of high 2:1 it won't be an obstacle towards studying a masters at somewhere like Imperial.
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