If I can get the grades and I am to go to university, I'm stuck between an offer from Heriot Watt to study 'Civil Engineering with International Studies' or to attend Strathclyde, studying 'Civil and Environmental Engineering'. Both are conditional offers but the grades are attainable with some hard work. Heriot Watt's conditions are a little less than that of Strathclyde's, although I've seen Heriot Watt to be ranked number 1 for Civil Engineering in Scotland.
Can anyone recommend which they feel would be best? I've done my own research, I just would like to get some more opinions or experiences.
Thank you in advance!
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- Thread Starter
- 15-02-2016 18:29
- 22-02-2016 16:02
HWU is ranked 1st in Scotland and 2nd in the UK by The Guardian... and it's in a much better city. ;-) On the 'Civil Engineering with International Studies' programme at HWU you can study in USA, Canada, EU and Australia. HWU also has campuses in Dubai and Malaysia so you can study in for up to one year.
If you can, check out each university's open day to see what is best for you.
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