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    Hello I would like to know what advice you can give me to choose university, if possible the cheapest and easy to finish mechanical engineering. A greeting from Spain, coming soon in England.
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    (Original post by MorenoSolid)
    Hello I would like to know what advice you can give me to choose university, if possible the cheapest and easy to finish mechanical engineering. A greeting from Spain, coming soon in England.
    Tuition fees are pretty much the same at all English universities (currently £9,250 for 2017/18 for EU students) so there's no "cheaper". Although accomodation and living costs do vary with London being particularly expensive.

    Are you planning on starting at university in 2017? In which case you have missed the main application deadline.

    Are you currently studying Título de Bachillerato? Or IB? Or something else?
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    I had 4 subjects to be mechanical engineering industrial specialty technician. As the curricula were updated, the prices of the fees went up and I had to drop out. I have 191/225 credits approved.
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    Tuition fees are pretty much the same at all English universities (currently £9,250 for 2017/18 for EU students) so there's no "cheaper". Although accomodation and living costs do vary with London being particularly expensive.

    Are you planning on starting at university in 2017? In which case you have missed the main application deadline.

    Are you currently studying Título de Bachillerato? Or IB? Or something else?

    I had 4 subjects to be mechanical engineering industrial specialty technician. As the curricula were updated, the prices of the fees went up and I had to drop out. I have 191/225 credits approved.
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    (Original post by MorenoSolid)
    I had 4 subjects to be mechanical engineering industrial specialty technician. As the curricula were updated, the prices of the fees went up and I had to drop out. I have 191/225 credits approved.
    I'm not sure what you telling me, sorry. Did you start a degree, or HNC/HND in the UK and then drop-out?

    I've given you the current annual fees. Can you afford them?
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    (Original post by jneill)
    I'm not sure what you telling me, sorry. Did you start a degree, or HNC/HND in the UK and then drop-out?

    I've given you the current annual fees. Can you afford them?
    I started the race in Spain, and I want to finish it in the United Kingdom.
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    (Original post by MorenoSolid)
    I started the race in Spain, and I want to finish it in the United Kingdom.
    You will have to check with some universities to see if you meet the entry requirements.
 
 
 
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