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Which out of the following university's is the best for Electronic Engineering?
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Which out of the following university's is the best for Electronic Engineering?
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Which out of the following university's is the best for Electronic Engineering?
Definitely

the others are all crap
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what you mean?
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And honestly

None of the above

Southampton has been top of the times table for electrical and electronic engineering for the last 4 years. Edinburgh is the best of the ones you've listed - none of the others are even ranked in the top 10
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And honestly

None of the above

Southampton has been top of the times table for electrical and electronic engineering for the last 4 years.
southhampton...*spits*
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southhampton...*spits*
Is that about the uni or the place?
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Is that about the uni or the place?
Blamps didn't like the atmosphere or the campus (which is understandable - it's a personal thing).

If you want a counter-arguement though I loved it - so much so I went back to work there after graduating.

And I would say

Durham...*spits*
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Blamps didn't like the atmosphere or the campus (which is understandable - it's a personal thing).

If you want a counter-arguement though I loved it - so much so I went back to work there after graduating.

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Durham...*spits*
Would you say campus or course is more important for a degree? Cos I can't choose between two unis for the very reason
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Would you say campus or course is more important for a degree? Cos I can't choose between two unis for the very reason
I would say find a place you feel at home...if you aren't happy then it doesn't matter how good the course is.
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Well, I'd say Newcastle. But then again, that's because I'm an electronic engineering student in Newcastle )
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