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UK or Canada for Mechanical Engineering
Asked by: rahman007
Posted on Mon, 14 Mar 2011 17:07:14 GMT
I am pursuing my engineering final year in mechanical field. I am in dilemma whether to pursue my master from UK or Canada. Which country among these two is best for Mechanical Engineering? I would be grateful if you could provide me with your valuable suggestions.
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Well, it's a very tough question, because the universities in both of the countries have pioneered in the field of engineering in their own ways. Universities from both of these countries have high reputations in the field of engineering and are listed among the world's best engineering schools.
USNews, one of the most widely known university rankers, ranks the University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and University of Oxford in UK fourth, sixth and eleventh in the world respectively. While, the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia and University of Waterloo from Canada are ranked eighth, seventeenth and twenty seventh respectively.
Even thought the Canadian engineering schools seem to have been ranked low in compare to the schools in UK, my personal preference will go to Canada, but it's just me. I would prefer Canada better because of comparatively low tuition fees to international students, low living expenses and easy exposure to a larger job market of the United States.
If I were you, I would instead think of going to the United States instead of both of these countries, because the US has best quality and more opportunities than any other countries in the world.
GabrielEdu answered 6 years and 3 months ago
I agree with the previous answers because they are good guides for you, but I suggest you to consider Germany too, because Germany is a Mechanical hub.
chirag_13 answered 6 years ago
I would suggest that this is not a easy decision. There are lot of parameters on the basis of which one should select a destination and then universities. rankings always to not reveal a true picture. it should beb based on a student's individual plan and future goals. NAyways if you want to discuss, you can contact me at 9819964458 or send in a message.
ShamaGO answered 5 years and 9 months ago
I think UK is the best country for studying Mechanical Engineering because this country have some of the best universities of the world like Imperial College London, University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.
Mike145 answered 4 years and 8 months ago
UK is the best country for studying Mechanical Engineering. It includes best Universities like Oxford University, Imperial College London, etc.
Honey123 answered 4 years and 7 months ago
For pursuing MS in Mechanical Engineering, UK will be the best country for you because it has top universities of the world - University of Cambridge, University College London, Bristol University, University of Southampton, etc.
Universities of UK is the best option for most of the international students for pursuing higher education because UK Universities provides lots of option to choose in different fields and also provides lots of jobs opportunities.
X-masgift answered 4 years and 6 months ago
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