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I have received offers from the University of Bristol and Nottingham for an MSc in Engineering management.
Bristol has a better ranking but I received a scholarship from Nottingham.
Can you people help me analyze which one will be a better choice for me?
If you have any experience with these courses or schools, please tell me.
I would appreciate it if you could kindly advise
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Honestly they’re pretty similar. Doubt it matters in the grand scheme of things. Go where you feel happiest!
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(Original post by aarrontu)
I have received offers from the University of Bristol and Nottingham for an MSc in Engineering management.
Bristol has a better ranking but I received a scholarship from Nottingham.
Can you people help me analyze which one will be a better choice for me?
If you have any experience with these courses or schools, please tell me.
I would appreciate it if you could kindly advise
I don't think anyone can give a direct comparison as no one will have done both courses at both universities.

I would personally ignore university rankings, unless you know exactly what they are based on just consider them pretty irrelevant. Especially as they are so close on the national ranking. Right now I'd say the scholarship sounds very enticing, but if you don't necessarily need the money then ignore it.

Chose the course that interests you most (if there are any specific differences on modules, structure etc). Chose the location that interests you most.
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(Original post by Thisismyunitsr)
Honestly they’re pretty similar. Doubt it matters in the grand scheme of things. Go where you feel happiest!
Thanks for your reply.
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I don't think anyone can give a direct comparison as no one will have done both courses at both universities.

I would personally ignore university rankings, unless you know exactly what they are based on just consider them pretty irrelevant. Especially as they are so close on the national ranking. Right now I'd say the scholarship sounds very enticing, but if you don't necessarily need the money then ignore it.

Chose the course that interests you most (if there are any specific differences on modules, structure etc). Chose the location that interests you most.
Thanks for your reply.
Both scholarship and location are important to me. I will consider these two selections seriously and make the best decision.
Actually, many people told me that the course at the University of Bristol and Nottingham are quite similar. If so, I will put the location in the first place.
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(Original post by aarrontu)
Thanks for your reply.
Both scholarship and location are important to me. I will consider these two selections seriously and make the best decision.
Actually, many people told me that the course at the University of Bristol and Nottingham are quite similar. If so, I will put the location in the first place.
Don't do this just because I said it (my post wasn't that great, I must have posted it in a rush).

List a few things, like location, scholarship, etc. Rank them based on importance to you, then choose which university is best in each of those categories.
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