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    Hello,

    I finished my first year of the EEE course at Glasgow Caledonian and I applied and got an offer to continue at the University of Aberdeen.
    Anyone doing electrical engineering at Aberdeen who can help? (lecturers, programme structure etc.)
    I applied to Aberdeen because you have the opportunity there to choose some modules from other departments ( I am interested in Music and sound).
    Is it worth to change? Anyone from Caledonian, how do you find the course?

    Thanks
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    Email the uni and see if they can put you in touch with current students to talk to but if you're moving for a more interesting or flexible course then that's a good reason to move.
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    (Original post by alleycat393)
    Email the uni and see if they can put you in touch with current students to talk to but if you're moving for a more interesting or flexible course then that's a good reason to move.
    Thanks for the reply, I' ll try to get in touch with current students.
 
 
 
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