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Msc in uk

Post by ganuganu » Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:17 pm

hello everybody i think many of the members remember me in this forum.iam going to complete my BE mech engg this year so i have decided to study Msc in aerospace engineering in uk.And i was qualified to write IELTS exam informed by "british council"..so i will write the IELTS exam on august.This is the first time iam going abroad in my life..

And btw still i didnt decide the univ,need some help in finding the good univ.can anyone help me here please..

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Post by Pscott » Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:36 am

I'm from the UK and just finished my third year in aerospace engineering (MEng) and hopefully going onto a PhD next year.. Theres loads of uni choices, it depends on what area you would like to specialise in, but any uni that is a member of the Russell Group is a good place to start.. Liverpool has just spent £30 million on its engineering dept and has three flight sims, Manchester has supersonic wind tunnels and some great aerospace research prospects.. But those are the uni's that are close to me. Loughborough uni and Imperial uni are also very highly respected..
Here are a couple of postgraduate sites that let you search for courses and funding..
http://www.masterscompare.co.uk/?gclid= ... 4QodW1L1Wg
http://www.prospects.ac.uk/postgraduate_study.htm
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Post by ganuganu » Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:21 pm

thanks for the reply even i thought of joining manchester university,and can you say about the job opportunities available in aerospace engg..

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Post by Pscott » Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:06 pm

I believe it is something like 70% of graduates leave university and are employed with six months of graduating within the engineering disciplines. From my experience about half the graduates who did a BEng in aerospace/mechanical engineering already had job offers in engineering before graduating..

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