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We have around 120 MSc students in our department.
I saw this new course at Imperial and thought I had to apply.
I like the atmosphere at Imperial, you can talk to any professor you want to, they are all available.
My MSc enabled me to work with bio medical applications for electronics - exactly what I want to do as an electronics Engineer.
I think it was the MSc project I enjoyed the most, it was independent research which built the basis for my PhD.