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Programs University of Zurich Nuclear Engineering

  1. Jan 30, 2017 #1
    Hi guys.
    I am a mechanical engineering student working on finishing my junior year. I have always been interested in nuclear engineering (and slightly regret not doing my undergrad in it) and am looking to obtain a master's in it and go work. I am in the U.S. so there are plenty of really good programs to choose from but I have also looked at UZH and am intrigued both at the thought of studying and living abroad as well as obtaining a world-class education. However, I was asked what would be the advantages, other than it being a top university, of getting my degree at UZH? In addition, would it be looked upon the same as an elite degree from a U.S. university? These answers are pretty hard to quantify but I would appreciate anyone's input who knows about the program or has worked with someone who has gone through it.
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  3. Feb 9, 2017 #2
    This a very specific request. Best bet is to contact UZH advisors and see if they can give you a list of grad students or grads that are working that could offer some advice.
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