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Ouuuu hey Sameeksha!! great predicted dude :O all the best! And congrats on ur offers ❤️
Hey! Where are you from?
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Hey! Where are you from?
I'm from Kerala but I live in Qatar
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To the Indian students who are planning to study any engineering course in the UK,

The engineering degrees in the UK are for 3 years and are NOT VALID in India. You can't get a job or PhD admission in any Indian university with a UK bachelor's or UK bachelor's+masters. The duration of your engineering degree needs to be for 4 years. The same applies in the USA and Canada.
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I'm from Kerala but I live in Qatar
So what course are you planning to do at uni?
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Ouuuu hey Sameeksha!! great predicted dude :O all the best! And congrats on ur offers ❤️
Hahahaha thanks! I'm so paranoid about UCL, would really love to go there!
Where did you apply to in AUS? I applied to Sydney for Econ received an offer from there.
Don't go to christ man, it's like a school! The timings for college everyday are 8-2 and formal dress code is compulsory. And to add on, if you get the outskirts campus, it's REALLY boring. Have you checked out other options in India?
AND TRUST ME ON THIS I've my preboards going on but all I'm doing is refreshing my mail :'(
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Oh ok! I've applied to Coventry, Surrey, Queen Mary, Royal Holloway, Brunel, greenwich, city University and Hertfordshire.
Where do you live?!
How did you apply to more than 5 universities?
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To the Indian students who are planning to study any engineering course in the UK,

The engineering degrees in the UK are for 3 years and are NOT VALID in India. You can't get a job or PhD admission in any Indian university with a UK bachelor's or UK bachelor's masters. The duration of your engineering degree needs to be for 4 years. The same applies in the USA and Canada.
I know people who have studied in UK who have applied for masters in USA or those who have got job offers in India. Not sure what you are on about.
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Hahahaha thanks! I'm so paranoid about UCL, would really love to go there!
Where did you apply to in AUS? I applied to Sydney for Econ received an offer from there.
Don't go to christ man, it's like a school! The timings for college everyday are 8-2 and formal dress code is compulsory. And to add on, if you get the outskirts campus, it's REALLY boring. Have you checked out other options in India?
AND TRUST ME ON THIS I've my preboards going on but all I'm doing is refreshing my mail :'(
AUS is American Uni of Sharjah, the best school in middle east tbh..but I highkey want a huge change in environment, which is why I'm excited abt christ little bit. But I know opportunities for BBA won't be extraordinary. I'm super paranoid about Bath, Warwick and Lancaster dude, but at the rate at which I'm going for boards I'm terrified xD
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How did you apply to more than 5 universities?
5 via UCAS and the other three, via direct application.
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I know people who have studied in UK who have applied for masters in USA or those who have got job offers in India. Not sure what you are on about.
3 year engineering degrees of British universities are not considered as an engineering degree in India. It will be considered a science degree.

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