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Which universities are best for Computing & IT, Zoology and Automotive Engineering? (Near Manchester or London).
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Not all subjects together (What universities are best for each individual subject in Manchester and London). Also is Bedfordshire a good university for Automotive Engineering? I'm a college student looking to go to university in 2022 and will be doing a undergraduate study, wanting to know everyone's opinions and thoughts on different universities and ^ them studies.
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Which universities are best for Computing & IT, Zoology and Automotive Engineering? (Near Manchester or London).
So you want a university that's good at computing, zoology AND automotive engineering? Why? It would be much easier if you picked one subject since you're only applying for one subject. Also I don't know many universities that do zoology in undergraduate unless a biology degree would also be fine?
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So you want a university that's good at computing, zoology AND automotive engineering? Why? It would be much easier if you picked one subject since you're only applying for one subject. Also I don't know many universities that do zoology in undergraduate unless a biology degree would also be fine?
No no, what I meant was each of them for example what universities in both Manchester or London are good for each of them subjects. Not all together.
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Automotive engineering is typically associated with the midlands universities and a couple other southern ones, not really London or Manchester. But Imperial & uni of Manchester have excellent mechanical courses.

Cant comment on the other subjects
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No no, what I meant was each of them for example what universities in both Manchester or London are good for each of them subjects. Not all together.
Oh okay haha my b. For computing, Imperial College London, UCL or the University of Manchester are some of the best in the country for it if you want somewhere directly in London or Manchester. For automotive engineering, after some research, London South Bank University or Kingston University seem like a good picks. The closest university to Manchester that does automotive engineering specifically is the University of Bolton but its an hour cycle away from central Manchester. If Oxford is close enough to London for you, Oxford Brookes University offers an amazing automotive engineering course that's directly tied to F1 as far as I've been told. For studying Zoology in London, there's: "Royal Holloway, University of London", "Queen Mary University of London", "Royal Agricultural University" and the University of Roehampton. I don't know much about zoology or these universities so I recommend you do your own research. For doing zoology in Manchester we have: the University of Salford, Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Manchester.

The biggest names here are probably: Imperial College London, UCL and the University of Manchester (all globally known).
For computing there's also Oxbridge if that's close enough (neither do automotive engineering to my recollection).
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Oh okay haha my b. For computing, Imperial College London, UCL or the University of Manchester are some of the best in the country for it if you want somewhere directly in London or Manchester. For automotive engineering, after some research, London South Bank University or Kingston University seem like a good picks. The closest university to Manchester that does automotive engineering specifically is the University of Bolton but its an hour cycle away from central Manchester. If Oxford is close enough to London for you, Oxford Brookes University offers an amazing automotive engineering course that's directly tied to F1 as far as I've been told. For studying Zoology in London, there's: "Royal Holloway, University of London", "Queen Mary University of London", "Royal Agricultural University" and the University of Roehampton. I don't know much about zoology or these universities so I recommend you do your own research. For doing zoology in Manchester we have: the University of Salford, Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Manchester.

The biggest names here are probably: Imperial College London, UCL and the University of Manchester (all globally known).
For computing there's also Oxbridge if that's close enough (neither do automotive engineering to my recollection).
Thank you for the information! This is very useful, I'll be researching into Oxford and Kingston for Automotive Engineering
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Hi there,

When it comes to determining how to select a university. I believe it would be beneficial if you were required to verify your subject selection, consult university rankings, review course content, and inquire about student housing.

Kylie, BA Media and Coummincations
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Which universities are best for Computing & IT, Zoology and Automotive Engineering? (Near Manchester or London).
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Not all subjects together (What universities are best for each individual subject in Manchester and London). Also is Bedfordshire a good university for Automotive Engineering? I'm a college student looking to go to university in 2022 and will be doing a undergraduate study, wanting to know everyone's opinions and thoughts on different universities and ^ them studies.
Hi MissEricaTCS
The University of Bedfordshire is an excellent choice for Automotive Engineering. Our University places a strong focus on real-world skills and employability, and the Automotive Engineering course is no different! The course offers you the chance to work with companies directly in the industry, which provides you with both an attractive CV and high levels of skills and knowledge. From the second year you pick a specialist area helping you further to build a career in this industry by gaining a higher level skill set for the specific job you are looking for. The course is backed up with theory studies in maths and engineering science, but a large proportion is hands on and learnt through practice.
In terms of the University I can highly recommend studying there due to the welcoming atmosphere, multitude of support systems in place and incredible tutors who always go above and beyond to help you. The location is also excellent with everything a student could possibly need within walking distance; the chance to become an independent adult without the surroundings of an overwhelming, intensely busy city.
Please do not hesitate to tag me and ask any further questions!
Katie (Student Ambassador of the University of Bedfordshire)
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Which universities are best for Computing & IT, Zoology and Automotive Engineering? (Near Manchester or London).
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Not all subjects together (What universities are best for each individual subject in Manchester and London). Also is Bedfordshire a good university for Automotive Engineering? I'm a college student looking to go to university in 2022 and will be doing a undergraduate study, wanting to know everyone's opinions and thoughts on different universities and ^ them studies.
Hi!

I am not really an expert into those fields since I am a student of Tourism and Events.

However, I can say that the University of Bedfordshire provides Automotive Engineering also with a placement which will allow to gain practical skills in an actual workplace and the Careers team will help you with that.

For further information I suggest you download the specifics of the course on the following link: https://www.beds.ac.uk/howtoapply/co...e-engineering/

Also I would like to add that the University of Bedfordshire helps its students with bursaries and scholarships. For example, I get the high achievers merit which allows me to receive £800 a year during my studies here. This is very helpful for me as a student.

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Fareeha
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