I'm a final year BSc physics physics undergrad at Bristol. I can really see myself working in the space industry and have deiced that a masters course would be a great next step.
The two courses I am interested in are UCL's MSc Space science and engineering and Southampton's MSc Space system engineering. My question to you guys is which course do you believe would be better taught ( tbf I'm sure that the teaching at both institutions would be great) and more highly respected within the industry?
(any comments on costs of living and quality of student life are also appreciated)
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- Thread Starter
- 24-03-2016 16:06
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- 24-03-2016 17:11
I'd say Soton's probably a safer bet, UCL doesn't have a great reputation for running engineering courses well.
If you haven't applied yet I'd say look into Surrey too, they are heavily involved in the Space Industry and you'll make more contacts there than anywhere else in the UK