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    Hello all,

    I have an offer from Nottingham to do a master's in the Built Environment School (Energy Conversion and Management to be more specific). I really like the course and from what i've seen on the internet, the university has great facilities that use sustainable technologies which is what i'm interested in. I also like the look of the uni and the city.

    I've also applied to UCL (Environmental Design and Engineering), because the course looks brilliant and of course, the reputation of the uni. Now I have to write an essay for them about a proposed topic, but i don't know if i should bother.

    I haven't been able to check which uni is better in the Built Environment area. Any suggestions? Is it worth the trouble? Also, do you think UCL will be much harder than Nottingham?

    oh, and of course, which one is more highly regarded by employers?

    I have a degree in Chemical Engineering, so I know i'll have to work to keep up with the new material. But neither course is focused on architecture.
 
 
 
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