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    Which of these universities is the best for an electrical and electronic engineering Beng, taking into account the people there and the place. I don't know which to choose
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    - Better regarded/prestigious
    - more vibrant city and better connected
    - more diversity and things going on in the city
    - lovely campus but still close to the city



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    (Original post by 16RAB98)
    Which of these universities is the best for an electrical and electronic engineering Beng, taking into account the people there and the place. I don't know which to choose and which would be a more fun and comfortable place to stay
    Visit them both and decide. According to my geography they're pretty much right next to each other so it should be easy enough to do unless you're an international student.
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    (Original post by 16RAB98)
    I am an international student and I'm completing my high school years at the moment, so there isn't a way for me to go or I would've. Any other options?
    Surely it would be worth visiting in advance somewhere you will be paying a lot of money to attend for 3 or 4 years...
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    (Original post by 16RAB98)
    I don't have any holidays and I need to send in my papers the moment I get my grades to be accepted for my countries scholarship. I can't skip school
    Why did you shortlist those universities? What was important to you then, presumably remains important now. Rank them accordingly and make your choice.

    Lots of info is also available from the various uni rankings lists, plus official sites like https://unistats.direct.gov.uk

    And compare the courses carefully.

    Lastly : TSR members feedback, etc
    Cardiff https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...neering&review
    Bristol https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/uni...neering&review
 
 
 
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