Aditya3011
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Hey guys, I will be graduating this summer with a B.Eng electronic engineering and telecommunications degree. I am interested in nanoscience and have been awarded two offers for it
1. MSc. Nanotechnology from UCL
2. MRes. Nanomaterials from imperial college
I'm a bit confused with which one to go with, as i am from an electronics background and need to find employment post this degree. The one at UCL is offered by the electronics schools whereas the one in imperial is by the chemistry department. Although imperial has a higher employability rate over UCL do you think the research course is a good option to go in for?
Will the research degree add some weight over a normal MSc. Degree? And do you think UCL is far behind Imperial?
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Hey...just wondering what your profile is, as I have also applied for both of these courses for 2021 intake. Currently waiting to hear back...nervously!Also, which course did you chose in the end?
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