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I have offers from following universities for MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering course:

Coventry
Brunel
Portsmouth
Strathclyde

I'm not sure which option to go with. Please share your thoughts about which university is better based on industry links and employment prospects.

Thank you


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Owais
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(Original post by owais1232)
Hi


I have offers from following universities for MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering course:

Coventry
Brunel
Portsmouth
Strathclyde

I'm not sure which option to go with. Please share your thoughts about which university is better based on industry links and employment prospects.

Thank you


Best Regards,
Owais
If it was me I would go to Strathclyde.

Ultimately though compare the modules at each university and see which ones you like best/if there are any particular specialisations that you like etc. Good luck!
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If it was me I would go to Strathclyde.

Ultimately though compare the modules at each university and see which ones you like best/if there are any particular specialisations that you like etc. Good luck!
Thanks for your input mate!
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Between belfast, cardiff, Strathclyde...which one is better for electronics MSc
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Hi


I have offers from following universities for MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering course:

Coventry
Brunel
Portsmouth
Strathclyde

I'm not sure which option to go with. Please share your thoughts about which university is better based on industry links and employment prospects.

Thank you


Best Regards,
Owais
I don't know anything about any of those other than Strathclyde. I would probably go there because I've heard it is decent and Glasgow is a pretty good place to live
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I don't know anything about any of those other than Strathclyde. I would probably go there because I've heard it is decent and Glasgow is a pretty good place to live
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Hi


I have offers from following universities for MSc Electronic and Electrical Engineering course:

Coventry
Brunel
Portsmouth
Strathclyde

I'm not sure which option to go with. Please share your thoughts about which university is better based on industry links and employment prospects.

Thank you


Best Regards,
Owais
Hi Owais,

I'm glad to see that you're considering out Electronic and Electrical Engineering course. You can find more about the course, its modules and employability rates and lots more, here:
https://www.coventry.ac.uk/course-st...ngineering-msc

Of course, it's really important to pick a university based on gut feeling (especially if you've already visited) so that you'll be happy wherever you choose to study!

If you have any questions then please feel free to contact us.

Thanks!

Michaela
3rd year MEng Mechanical Engineering with sandwich year
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Hi Owais,

I'm glad to see that you're considering out Electronic and Electrical Engineering course. You can find more about the course, its modules and employability rates and lots more, here:
https://www.coventry.ac.uk/course-st...ngineering-msc

Of course, it's really important to pick a university based on gut feeling (especially if you've already visited) so that you'll be happy wherever you choose to study!

If you have any questions then please feel free to contact us.

Thanks!

Michaela
3rd year MEng Mechanical Engineering with sandwich year
Thank you!!
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