I wondered if anyone was able to give me a comprehensive 'list' of differences between the City and UCL Speech and Language Therapy MSc course.
I've asked a number of people who have studied at both and they seem very similar, but I have heard that City is more practical and UCL is more academic. Is anyone able to elaborate on this? Also, is there a difference with the kind of technology labs? City is very vocal about the Roberta Williams on-site clinic and the new technology they use there to learn from. Is this also available at UCL?
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Differences between Speech and Language MSc at City and UCL watch
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- 06-03-2018 17:40