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    I have offers from the following Universities and courses and need help in deciding my firm and insurance choice.

    University of Strathclyde- Master's in Chemical Engineering
    University of Strathclyde- Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
    Heriot-Watt University- Mechanical Engineering
    Heriot-Watt University- Chemical Engineering (Awaiting offer)

    I am most inclined towards Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Which choice would be the best one?
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    I am most inclined towards Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Which choice would be the best one?
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    Hi

    I have offers from the following Universities and courses and need help in deciding my firm and insurance choice.

    University of Strathclyde- Master's in Chemical Engineering
    University of Strathclyde- Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
    Heriot-Watt University- Mechanical Engineering
    Heriot-Watt University- Chemical Engineering (Awaiting offer)

    I am most inclined towards Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Which choice would be the best one?
    Hi dawlat,

    Great to hear that you are considering Heriot-Watt for your studies! :thumbsup:

    We consistently rank highly for both Chemical and Mechanical Engineering. For example:
    • The Guardian University Guide 2016 ranked us 2nd in Scotland for both subjects (17th in the UK for Chemical Engineering and 10th in the UK for Mechanical Engineering)
    • We were ranked in the top ten UK universities for Chemical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering in the National Student Survey 2015.
    • The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016 ranked us top in Scotland and top 10 in the UK for both subjects.
    Of course, rankings are not your only deciding factor and if you have any questions about Heriot-Watt or the programmes, let me know and I'll try to find the answers for you.

    Carole :flower2:
 
 
 

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