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Cranfield Uni's MSc in CFD

  1. Sep 5, 2013 #1
    I heard about this one-year programme from CFD Online and thought this might be good if one wants to break into CFD area as a career. Anyone could possibly share more insights on this programme - worth reading it? How helpful for job application?

    Furthermore, I am actually going to Cambridge Uni. for Part III Maths this October, and I could only consider doing a second Master's degree next year. Though my courses to be taken will be largely focused on numerical analysis and fluid mechanics, I am quite worried if this will help me get graduate opportunities (vs engineering students who might have taken some courses in CFD already). Will it be helpful if I do this additional programme at Cranfield next year?

    Many thanks!
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