which university

Discussion in 'Education' started by Uli, Sep 6, 2001.

  1. Uli
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    Uli Senior Member

    witch university

    Hallo
    I'm a prof. boatbuilder from germany.
    I'd like to study sailing boat design but I don't know witch university would be the best for this.
    I'd would be pleased if anyone could help me.
    thanks
    Uli:D
     
  2. Stephen Ditmore
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    Stephen Ditmore Senior Member

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    Hallo Stephen
    Thanks a lot for your mail.
    I know 2 people how have allready been in Southhampten and they both broke up after a while. Both told me that It woulden't be very good.
    What about the States or Neuseeland and Austrailier aren 't the same good ones ??
    Thanks so far
    yours
    Uli
     

  4. Gades
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    Gades Senior Member

    Hi Uli, two years ago I was a student at the second year of the course offered at Southampton Institute. I had three German mates, the three of them graduated (I broke up). You might be able to get in touch with them through Stephen Wallis at the Southampton Institute. I don't say that they will convince you to study there, it's just that they might have different opinions that the two guys you spoke with. Two of them did a few years of boatbuilding before taking the course.

    Personally, I would go for an HND (if it's in the UK) or a more general Naval Architecture degree.
     
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