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Which are the best universities/courses to get a Master's degree in Ergonomics / Human Factors in the UK or in Europe ?

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Best = what?
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Hello,

Which are the best universities/courses to get a Master's degree in Ergonomics / Human Factors in the UK or in Europe ?

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Which offer highest level / most professional ergonomics degrees ?
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Which offer highest level / most professional ergonomics degrees ?
You can look up what courses lead to what qualifications. Most professional will depend on what you need for jobs you’re interested in.
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Have already done that obviously.

Looking for info / thoughts from people who are knowledgeable on the matter and can contribute more specific info.
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Have already done that obviously.

Looking for info / thoughts from people who are knowledgeable on the matter and can contribute more specific info.
No one is going to do your homework for you hun. Make a list for yourself and go from there. This doesn’t require specialist knowledge. Just some research.
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It's not obligatory to reply to every post, alleycat.
Though based on your almost 20K posts, it seems you always have to reply, even when you have no idea.

If someone has some useful info on what was asked i.e. which are in your opinion the best programs for a master's degree in Ergonomics, your replies would be appreciated.

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It's not obligatory to reply to every post, alleycat.
Though based on your almost 20K posts, it seems you always have to reply, even when you have no idea.

If someone has some useful info on what was asked i.e. which are in your opinion the best programs for a master's degree in Ergonomics, your replies would be appreciated.

Thank you
It’s hilarious that you’ve looked up how many posts I have but not what I actually do. Clearly you have time on your hands and know how to look stuff up so maybe put that to use with looking up courses?
Anyway the bottom line is still what I’ve said above. If you’re not going to look up who offers the course, what qualification you can get and what you need for jobs you’re going to struggle to get anywhere. Unfortunately I’ve seen plenty of students like you who don’t like doing their own work but you’ll get there eventually or just end up not doing/struggling with postgrad study as it requires basic research skills and hard work. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a course but the above are still the first steps. Good luck!
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Still nothing of essence. What a waste of time.

If you have nothing relevant to say, say nothing.
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Still nothing of essence. What a waste of time.

If you have nothing relevant to say, say nothing.
I think you mean thank you so you’re welcome hun Feel free to come back when you’ve worked out what qualifications you need based on what jobs you’re interested in, where offers courses that will give you those qualifications that are within your budget and maybe even looked at course structures.
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