Hello! After a year of working in a practice and a gap year I decided to apply for Masters degree. (since I had a BA from UK) I have been admitted in the 3 unis I chose but I am still not sure which university balances on course quality/ university staff/ employment opportunities etc. The universities are TU Delft, Aarhus University and Umea university in Sweden. TU Delft has a good reputation, although I am not sure about the quality of studies since they have a lot of student each year. Another plus is that they have some good urban studios that I am interested in. Aarhus on the other side, has a decent reputation as well and is quite innovative in new methods of teaching and hands on workshops. On their program I liked the Constructing an archive studio, involved in photography and alternative methods of site analysis. Last but not least, Umea is a brand new university. There is not much about it on the web and I am struggling to get more info on the program. After the interview I got the idea that it is more on interventions in the city, which is what I did the last year in urban intervention groups I worked with. Does anyone have any tips, or information on any of the courses or universities in general?
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