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Manchester Edinburgh or UCL for Chemical Engineering?

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    Hello. I enrolled King's College London for BSc Chemistry this September. But I am more interested in Chemical Engineering and I think it is better for me to find a job as an engineer or be an university lecturer. My university do not provide Chemical Engineering so I applied Manchester, Edinburgh and UCL for Chemical Engineering Sep 2017 entry with known A Level results and IELTS. I got A in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics and A* in Chinese (first language). I don't have any GCSE grades.
    Could tell me which university is best for Chemical Engineering and overall reputation in the UK? And my chance to get offer?
    Thank you.
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    Overall UCL has the best general rep but all those unis are good. Although UCL's engineering department gets a bad rep on TSR. I'm confident that you will get offers for all three
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    (Original post by Cronus)
    Overall UCL has the best general rep but all those unis are good. Although UCL's engineering department gets a bad rep on TSR. I'm confident that you will get offers for all three
    Thank you. And I am a little bit confused by UCL's course structure. They provide very few calculus and linear algebra courses. But Manchester provide very hard maths through 3 years, even including PDEs. I am a little afraid its difficulties.
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    (Original post by T Jack Zhang)
    Thank you. And I am a little bit confused by UCL's course structure. They provide very few calculus and linear algebra courses. But Manchester provide very hard maths through 3 years, even including PDEs. I am a little afraid its difficulties.
    I think they are all AAB for the Beng so a lot of people will only have AAB, if they're able to get a 2:1 or above then it shouldn't be any harder for you to do the same
 
 
 
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