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Hi! I am Pramit Sood, a B.Tech in Instrumentation & Control Engineering (2006-2010) and currently working as an Instrumentation Engineer in JP Kenny, Delhi. I had applied to 2 courses in the UK:
1. Msc. Automation and Control at Newcastle University.
2. Msc. Advanced Control and Systems Engineering at University of Manchester. I have been able to secure an admission in both these courses for Sept., 2012 intake. I am sincerely seeking an advice on some of my following concerns:
1. Most importantly, which course should I opt for out of these two options?
2. The value of and the recognition of both these Msc. course across the Globe and especially in India in terms of corporate employability.
Please, looking forward to your honest advice so that I am able to decide as soon as possible. I have posted my query again as I want to tell the experts that my discipline has nothing to do with Mechanical Engineering! The answer was not satisfactory
June 27, 2012
Preferred qualification: Postgraduate
Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
Hi Pramit, You should be the decision maker to decide which course is good for you based on your Education Qualification and Work experience you have gained so far. As far the Universities are concerned, both are excellent Universities with good reputation in UK. If you still have doubts, consult a Education Consultant in your region in person and get an assessment. With so little information about you available with us, we will be not be able to judge the best program for your profile.
Both Univerisities degrees are accredited and will be recognised in India and elsewhere around the globe. On the rankings side, Manchester is ranked slightly higher than New Castle.