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I am an international Student and I’ve been offered MSc in Supply Chain Management from University of Sheffield and Newcastle University. As per QS, University of Sheffield is ranked 5th for my course in UK and there’s no ranking for Newcastle University. However, I find Newcastle’s course for industry related and engaging. Please help me to choose the university w.r.t future employability.

Also, kindly support the help with my other requirements like Cost of living and availability of part-time jobs.
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(Original post by Likith_26)
Hello all!

I am an international Student and I’ve been offered MSc in Supply Chain Management from University of Sheffield and Newcastle University. As per QS, University of Sheffield is ranked 5th for my course in UK and there’s no ranking for Newcastle University. However, I find Newcastle’s course for industry related and engaging. Please help me to choose the university w.r.t future employability.

Also, kindly support the help with my other requirements like Cost of living and availability of part-time jobs.
Firstly, they are both really good Uni's to go to so you can't go wrong with either.
I can only tell you about Newcastle as a city because it's where I am from. It's very student friendly and inexpensive to get around. The Uni here is great, a lot of my friends stayed in Newcastle to go to University here. There is also a lot of part-time jobs available so you don't have to worry about that either. There's lots of coffee shops, restaurants/bars, shops etc and I am pretty sure you get paid by the Uni to work on open days or work in the student cafe.
Here's a link you might want to look at: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/careers/jobs/parttime/#about
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Firstly, they are both really good Uni's to go to so you can't go wrong with either.
I can only tell you about Newcastle as a city because it's where I am from. It's very student friendly and inexpensive to get around. The Uni here is great, a lot of my friends stayed in Newcastle to go to University here. There is also a lot of part-time jobs available so you don't have to worry about that either. There's lots of coffee shops, restaurants/bars, shops etc and I am pretty sure you get paid by the Uni to work on open days or work in the student cafe.
Here's a link you might want to look at: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/careers/jobs/parttime/#about
Thank you so much for the response. It’s really helpful. 🙂🙂
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