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    Help please!!

    Does anyone have a view on these two courses? Specifically which one is better regarded in the UK energy sector and also internationally? I've been lucky enough to be accepted into both and am having real trouble weighing what I think is the more rigorous energy policy material at ICL against Oxford's reputation.

    Thanks!!
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    The Oxford one has a very strong reputation, but I'm not sure that it would provide a better route into the energy sector than the apparently more direct course at Imperial.
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    You may have found this already, but I tried to get some advice on Imperial's MSc in Env Tech a couple of months ago (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...#post18667359). I didn't get much joy, but someone did reply to the thread who was actually doing the course - although he didn't say what option. You could try emailing that person, on the offchance that they are doing the energy policy option and can give you advice.
 
 
 

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