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    Jun 2006
    Island-State Republic of Singapore

    Imperial College's MSc Transport

    Thought I'll try this out in the UK forums.

    Has anyone graduated or has heard anything about Imperial's MSc Transport degree? (I picked up knowledge on the course as Transport for London had mentioned something about this course previously on their website, as did the TPS.)

    Am interested in finding out how the teaching is like, what their specialty is, what's the studying environment like, and whether it's a good place to pick up skills for public transport planning (which is what I would like to head towards). Any advice/inputs are greatly appreciated.

    Or can anyone recommend other schools for transport planning (ie studying things like timetabling for public transport, public transport network planning, and the like) and less on transport policy?

    Thanks in advance!

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