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I've got one choice remaining on my UCAS application I was wondering if anyone knows much about chemical engineering at UCL and Nottingham and which university is better for that course?
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I've got one choice remaining on my UCAS application I was wondering if anyone knows much about chemical engineering at UCL and Nottingham and which university is better for that course?
If you have the grades then apply to UCL because it has a better overall reputation. If not, go for Notts.
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If you have the grades then apply to UCL because it has a better overall reputation. If not, go for Notts.
I've heard that student satisfaction is worse at UCL do you know if that makes a difference?
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I've heard that student satisfaction is worse at UCL do you know if that makes a difference?
Student satisfaction is also low at Imperial. Would you refuse attending Imperial? Of course not.
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I've got one choice remaining on my UCAS application I was wondering if anyone knows much about chemical engineering at UCL and Nottingham and which university is better for that course?
you might also want to think about whether you want to live in london or not, and also compare them in terms of modules. i think most london unis tend to have lower student satisfaction than others though - don’t necessarily think it’s unique to ucl.
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Student satisfaction is also low at Imperial. Would you refuse attending Imperial? Of course not.
Yeah you're right but I've had some reviews from students part of the chemical engineering department at UCL and they have been quite adamant on the fact that it's not a good place to go for chemical engineering as the teachers don't care and the quality of teaching is quite poor.
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Yeah you're right but I've had some reviews from students part of the chemical engineering department at UCL and they have been quite adamant on the fact that it's not a good place to go for chemical engineering as the teachers don't care and the quality of teaching is quite poor.
It is up to you, if it was me, I would go to UCL. Many students complain about their departments. I know people who studied chem eng at other unis like Manchester and Cambridge, some complained as well.
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