I've got an offer from each university, both for MSc Renewable Technologies.
My questions would be:
1. Which of these universities has more expertise developing engineers in Renewable technologies? Which is more recognized/awarded for this matter?
2. Quality of lectures? the lecturers, do they have a good sense of teaching and develop in a good way they students?
3. Night life? How good is it? Gay friendly?
4. Accommodation costs? Any Recommendations?
Thank you in advance.
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- 25-01-2017 04:16
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- 25-01-2017 14:21
Most of this info can be found online. Read up about each course, how it's structured and it's content. See where grads have ended up and if you can be put in touch with current or former students. Info about the cities will also be easily available.