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    I am an A2 level student , I got an ABBB in my AS levels , the grades being in subjects:- Maths , physics , chemistry and economics respectively. I want to do an Aerospace engineering course in the UK. Which universities [ 5 according to the UCAS application] do you think I should apply to in order to get the best universities according to my grades. Btw I have some in mind , give me your opinion on those , they are :- The university of Manchester , Sheffield, Surrey , Nottingham and Swansea.
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    I am an A2 level student , I got an ABBB in my AS levels , the grades being in subjects:- Maths , physics , chemistry and economics respectively. I want to do an Aerospace engineering course in the UK. Which universities [ 5 according to the UCAS application] do you think I should apply to in order to get the best universities according to my grades. Btw I have some in mind , give me your opinion on those , they are :- The university of Manchester , Sheffield, Surrey , Nottingham and Swansea.
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    Why aerospace, i would advise you to look into EEE
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    (Original post by dahl786)
    Why aerospace, i would advise you to look into EEE
    why not aerospace
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    (Original post by Thecoolguy17)
    I am an A2 level student , I got an ABBB in my AS levels , the grades being in subjects:- Maths , physics , chemistry and economics respectively. I want to do an Aerospace engineering course in the UK. Which universities [ 5 according to the UCAS application] do you think I should apply to in order to get the best universities according to my grades. Btw I have some in mind , give me your opinion on those , they are :- The university of Manchester , Sheffield, Surrey , Nottingham and Swansea.
    Thank you
    I will suggest you look at the entry requirements, with your AS grades you could potentially get ABB, AAB, AAA or A*AA so I will suggest you choose uni's carefully. Out of the uni's you have chosen so far the ones that stands out are probably manchester sheffield and surrey. I heard nottingham is only introducing aerospace this year? I will watch out as they probably dont have the facilities you might need. What are the entry requirements of the uni's you've chosen?
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    (Original post by bigboateng_)
    why not aerospace
    I am biased sorry
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    I am biased sorry
    oh right i see
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    (Original post by bigboateng_)
    oh right i see
    Nottingham have released aerospace for 2016 degree for the first time
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    (Original post by bigboateng_)
    I will suggest you look at the entry requirements, with your AS grades you could potentially get ABB, AAB, AAA or A*AA so I will suggest you choose uni's carefully. Out of the uni's you have chosen so far the ones that stands out are probably manchester sheffield and surrey. I heard nottingham is only introducing aerospace this year? I will watch out as they probably dont have the facilities you might need. What are the entry requirements of the uni's you've chosen?
    Manchester gives 'a typical A level offer' with an AAB
    Sheffield university has an ' A level requirement ' of an AAB
    Surrey requires an AAA or an AAB
    Nottingham requires an AAA or an AAB
    Swansea wants a BBB
    Thank you
 
 
 
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