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I'm an international student going to pursue undergraduate studies and I've applied to NUS and HKUST. I got into HKUST for Chemical Engineering and I got selected for Environment Engineering(my other choice) in NUS. I'm not sure which one to choose....The Chemical Engeering course offered by HKUST is only 3 years long and 120 credits which means I would have to work extra hard to pass with honours whereas the course(Environmental engineering) offered by NUS is four years long and 160 credits which means it would be easier for me to pass with honours...and having an honours degree is impoartant nowadays...also, I want to pursue a course with more chemistry in it...I think Chemical engineering and environmental engineering have both more or less the same amount of chemistry in them, if I'm not wrong......any advice?