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University of Manchester vs King's College London

Is there a HUGE difference in job opportunities at both these cities? I am more inclined towards the course at University of Manchester (MSc Environment Impact Assessment Management) but also have an offer from King's College London (MSc Environmental, Social, Governance Management). My only deciding factor would be employability.

Please give me some/any perspective on this please!
Original post by kungfupandey
Is there a HUGE difference in job opportunities at both these cities? I am more inclined towards the course at University of Manchester (MSc Environment Impact Assessment Management) but also have an offer from King's College London (MSc Environmental, Social, Governance Management). My only deciding factor would be employability. Please give me some/any perspective on this please!


Threads merged - please don't make mutiple threads on the same subject. :smile:

There are good employment opportunities with both courses and you don't need to stay in the same city once you have graduated. Have a look at the following thread for career opportunities and employers in the environmental sector:

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=7460624

Choose the course that interests you the most and then consider other factors such as the cost and availability of accommodation.
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London hands down. First time I went to Manchester (British Council) I thought, is that all there is? Where is the "centre"? Why would anyone want to be anywhere else?
Original post by kungfupandey
Is there a HUGE difference in job opportunities at both these cities? I am more inclined towards the course at University of Manchester (MSc Environment Impact Assessment Management) but also have an offer from King's College London (MSc Environmental, Social, Governance Management). My only deciding factor would be employability.
Please give me some/any perspective on this please!


If u from Manchester go there, same if ur in London go to UCL. If in both scenarios you have to relocate pick UCL. I know people say it doesn’t make a difference but UCL is a very good uni, and it could potentially make a difference to your career prospects in the future.

Good luck.
Original post by Voxdei
London hands down. First time I went to Manchester (British Council) I thought, is that all there is? Where is the "centre"? Why would anyone want to be anywhere else?


What point are you making?
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Original post by Shayakerman123
What point are you making?

How thick are you?
Original post by Voxdei
How thick are you?


What do u mean by British Council. I feel like you’re trying to make a joke. It’s just a really stupidly worded paragraph.

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