I've received offers to study at University of Aberdeen, Heriot-Watt University and Imperial College London. These are the postgraduate studies in Petroleum Engineering. I am wondering, which one is better organised and recognised by the industry, which is more prefferable by employers. Aberdeen is 141th worldwide and 87 Engineering Mineral & Mining Ranking, Heriot-Watt is on 327th worlwide and 34th Engineering Mineral & Mining Ranking whilst Imperial 9th worldwide and 7th Engineering Mineral & Mining Ranking. Fees and living costs do not play any role. From what I've read all options are great, but I would be grateful for some advices.
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- 20-01-2017 00:10
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- 20-01-2017 09:07
Don't worry about rankings. Which course is most interesting to you? Will there be opportunities to get some work experience or do some projects and which uni offers those?