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    It depends. Two big contenders for Electronics are Southampton and Surrey, both have excellent facilities, both are very high ranking etc.

    I can't generalise, but I think the line between RGs and some 'modern' Unis is definitely blurring...
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    Regardless of whichever one you choose you'll realise that upon graduation and into your first job that you actually know very little about engineering, that your learning is still in its infancy, so it's all much of muchness.
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    If the degree is accredited by IMechE, it doesn't matter too much.
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    Regardless of whichever one you choose you'll realise that upon graduation and into your first job that you actually know very little about engineering, that your learning is still in its infancy, so it's all much of muchness.
    What if a grad from bath compared to a grad from queen marys, same course, both got 1st class degree?
    Do both have same opportunities or does one have more than the other internationally and nationally?
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    What if a grad from bath compared to a grad from queen marys, same course, both got 1st class degree?
    Do both have same opportunities or does one have more than the other internationally and nationally?
    Likely to be very few people who are aware of any perceived difference between them, because it's just not important.
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    Likely to be very few people who are aware of any perceived difference between them, because it's just not important.
    What if you decide not to go into engineering and you decide to go into finance/IB for example?
    How does it change then?
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    What if you decide not to go into engineering and you decide to go into finance/IB for example?
    How does it change then?
    Then uni rep factors in.

    Ideally, you should be looking at the targets and semi-targets. That's not to say, however, that people can't break in from a 'non-target' uni.

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    Then uni rep factors in.

    Ideally, you should be looking at the targets and semi-targets. That's not to say, however, that people can't break in from a 'non-target' uni.

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    i see, who knows what tomorrow brings ?
    i could die tomorrow and this all could be a waste of time
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    What if you decide not to go into engineering and you decide to go into finance/IB for example?
    How does it change then?
    Don't know anything about it.
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    i see, who knows what tomorrow brings ?
    i could die tomorrow and this all could be a waste of time
    That escalated quickly.
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    That escalated quickly.
    like to keep it real :arsenal:
 
 
 
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