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Confusion. I need to chose something!

cityhuntercityhunter Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
edited December 2011 in India
Hey all

I have received admits from Univ of Bristol and Imperial College London. Both in Aerospace Engg (Masters). i have applied to McGill University in Canada and a joint program by Nanyang Technological University(Singapore) and Technical University Munich (Germany). Both are for Aerospace too.
Now here is the catch. Imperial has given me a deadline of 28 days to accept the offer. Mcgill and NTU/TUM program hasnt made any decision on my application yet. They are going to take an other few months. I am pretty confused as what to do. Reject Imperial and wait for other decision or go for Imperial.
It would be great if you guys can provide me with some help. Thanks in advance.
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Replies to: Confusion. I need to chose something!

  • reichstagreichstag Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
    I advice you to go for Imperial College right away !! Imperial College is an excellent institution for studying mechanical/Aerospace Engineering, it is WAY BETTER than both TUM/NTU as well as McGill. It boasts much superior infrastructure and research opportunities. So, don't get perplexed and go for Imperial College. But yeah, there is one caveat, the living and studying costs in the UK are MUCH higher than Germany,Canada or Singapore( esp. for Imperial since it is located in London ).
  • cityhuntercityhunter Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    yea. i agree. After I calcualted the costs and all, Imperial is costing around 15-20% more than other univs. Ofcourse, the academics are unparalleled. anyways, thank you. I will see what I can do
  • reichstagreichstag Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
    BTW .. can you tell me from which University/College you completed your graduation ??Well.....congratulations for getting into Imperial and Good Luck !! :D
  • cityhuntercityhunter Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    I am in my fourth year of mechanical engg. Vasavi College of Engg, Hyderabad, affiliated to Osmania University.
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