Best university for masters

Discussion in 'Education' started by conceptia, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. conceptia
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    Guys, Im a naval architect from India. I would like to pursue my masters in hydrodynamics. My main focus is onto the wave energy conversion systems. would you please suggest me a good university either in US or EU which'd help me out.
     
  2. zeroname
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    check this page http://www.rina.org.uk/page748.html

    or search in google too..
    Most of the university are good too.. visit their websites and decide which one suits for you.. because there are a lot of factors too..especially Fees.. ;)
     
  3. conceptia
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    yeah fees is a great concern... da cheapest in UK is strathclyde with 12k GBP whilenewcastle, UCL, southampton hang onto 16k. Also for any other country I may have to write GRE.
     
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  5. zeroname
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    Thanks for the link ..
    in this page http://www.smtu.ru/engver/index.html
    i found " Applicants should have completed a preparatory year course in SMTU or to pass entrance tests in Russian at the 1st Certification level"
    can you explain this? does it mean i will need 1 pre. year+ 2 year = 3 year for MSC ?

    is it fully english teaching ? i cant find the msc course structure there.. or prospectus
     
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    In matter of fact I don't know ... it's just a suggestion. I see that you can contact them via email inter@smtu.ru, try that way.
     
  7. zeroname
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    okay./.i saw it.. i thought u r studying or studied there.. Thanks much
     
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    Hi

    Hi aswin...

    I am also from conceptia... now I am in strathclyde university pursuing masters degree in marine engineering... give me ur personal Email ID, I can share my experiences in strathclyde.
     
  9. zeroname
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    u can share here too ..right ? ;) that will help the others too ..
     
  10. conceptia
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    yeah dat'll be good.. information sharing is more than wealth sharing...
     
  11. NA me
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    hi. do you mind sending a link to where I can have a look at the bachelors and masters degree syllabus? just a fellow student
     
  12. conceptia
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    which course are you looking for in specific. Be it any course go to the website of strathclyde university. The syllabus is given over there..
     

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    thanks yo!
     
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