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Created On: 07 March 2014 09:11 PM
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 07 March 2014 09:11 PM
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adamtaylor

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Hi all,

Does anybody study at University College London or even better studied on the course Power Systems Engineering?
I would like some advise on what the University is like or the course?

Any comments would be much appreciated.
Thanks,

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Adam
 15 March 2014 02:12 PM
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mbirdi

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You should also post your query here.

UCL is one of the top and biggest universities in the UK; and have achieved 19 noble prizes in their history; are probably the biggest medical teaching university in the UK with links to various hospitals, including UCLH, and research medical labs; they have a world class network and IT service; are involved in various research activities with partners throughout UK and overseas, including involvement in the LHC, NASA and ESA space programs; they provide ISP services to numerous institutes and galleries across London; all student halls of residence rooms are fully internet ready; with extensive Wi-Fi access coverage throughout the college; some of past IET presidents were from UCL; they have world renowned professors and lecturers; Some of them have appeared on TV on numerous occasions providing expert knowledge to journalists; It is the best place to study in London in my opinion and is up there with Oxford, Cambridge and Imperial College London for prestige; it doesn't get any better than that; Worth every penny.

Just a small note. UCL and Imperial Coll. were in the past part of London University, so graduates were awarded London University degrees. They have since gone independent, so now award their own degrees and not London University degrees.

Hope that helps.

Edited: 15 March 2014 at 02:39 PM by mbirdi
 15 March 2014 05:49 PM
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adamtaylor

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Thank you very much for the reply, your comments sound promising and i have started the application process for the course.

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Adam
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