Hello, I would just like some advice on a decision.
I aim to do a MSc in Advance Chemical Engineering and I have narrowed my choices down to Nottingham and Imperial College London.
Assuming I get an offer at both, which one should I pick?
Although Imperial is very reputable, it will be expensive commuting there on a daily basis (I live close to London). Nottingham is also quite reputable and will also be approximately £4000-£5000 cheaper than Imperial.
So, is the extra price tag worth it for Imperial or does it not really make a difference and I am better off going to Nottingham?
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Last edited by TNZ123; 07-02-2018 at 07:57.
- 07-02-2018 07:52
- 07-02-2018 07:58
What do you plan on doing after?
There are some exceptions where certain unis have very strong links with certain employers but generally the uni you went to is a very small factor, especially in engineering.
Also consider other factors like the city itself, the course content, assessment methods etc. MSc will probably involve a big research project so look at the topics available at each.Last edited by Student-95; 07-02-2018 at 08:00. Reason: TDA Post Edit
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- 07-02-2018 10:46
I plan on going into industry after my MSc, so career prospects at the said universities are quite important. I don't know if one is better than the ither though? I will look into the courses and other aspects too.Thanks!