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Mech eng uni decision, please help

bath vs sheffield vs exeter

exeter is on home fees, sheffield isnt, havent heard back from bath yet
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Original post by nadirmahmood
bath vs sheffield vs exeter
exeter is on home fees, sheffield isnt, havent heard back from bath yet

exter
Original post by Drama_Star
exter

Hi, why do you think so?
Original post by nadirmahmood
Hi, why do you think so?

What's the difference in fees between them?
Original post by Smack
What's the difference in fees between them?
Exeter tuition is 9000 pounds while the others are around 29000, manchester is 32000 per year
Original post by nadirmahmood
bath vs sheffield vs exeter
exeter is on home fees, sheffield isnt, havent heard back from bath yet

Tbh unless you are very wealthy you should probably go with the home fees over something 3-4x the price.

If you are interested in aerospace careers id say Sheffield has the best rep & Bath for automotive but the fee differences far outweigh the subtle reputation differences.

I would double check you definitely qualify for home fees at one uni and not all of them (this seems odd to me).
Original post by mnot
Tbh unless you are very wealthy you should probably go with the home fees over something 3-4x the price.
If you are interested in aerospace careers id say Sheffield has the best rep & Bath for automotive but the fee differences far outweigh the subtle reputation differences.
I would double check you definitely qualify for home fees at one uni and not all of them (this seems odd to me).
Yeah I’ve already appealed most of them but they still said no idk why. But I’m just wondering if saving the extra money is worth it and whether there’s actually a big difference between them in terms of employability and stuff. Money isn’t a significant problem but saving money would still be worth it and it is a lot of money. Mainly just wondering how big the difference really is between Exeter and places like Manchester and Sheffield.
Original post by nadirmahmood
Yeah I’ve already appealed most of them but they still said no idk why. But I’m just wondering if saving the extra money is worth it and whether there’s actually a big difference between them in terms of employability and stuff. Money isn’t a significant problem but saving money would still be worth it and it is a lot of money. Mainly just wondering how big the difference really is between Exeter and places like Manchester and Sheffield.

It's absolutely not worth paying £30k when you can pay £9k.
Original post by Smack
It's absolutely not worth paying £30k when you can pay £9k.

Alright, thanks for the advice. Ill probably choose Exeter.

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