Originally Posted by robinson
Yes you are right. I am planning to take master in engineering.
And sorry that I am a bit confuse with the last part. Do you mean that the other university look more into academic result and non-academic activity will be a small part? Till now I have joined about 5 or 6 activities inside campus (with position member, committee or director). Will they give credit for participating in youth camp or outbound program?
Right! Which field if you don't mind me asking?
Yes, precisely what you just said. For admission into the courses, academic results is the most important. Put it simply, if you have a first class or high upper second or GPA of 3.7 and above, you should be alright though it all boils down to the satisfying the requirement of the respective universities.
Credit for the offer? I doubt it though it give your scholarship application a boost.
Originally Posted by strategist
I agree. My relatives living over in the UK there advice me to buy the "outdated" winter clothing made few winters ago which is usually cheaper. Can't really understand why though.
plus the winter clothing of UK seems to be more frost-resistant than those found in Malaysia.
btw I hope my ignorance of the Premier League won't hinder my social interactions in anyway :/ am a really HUGE fan of basketball and NBA but football just isn't my type.
Well, if you really want to know the locals well, there are a few other ways......not necessarily through football!