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I did my masters there in 2001-2002, andI hated it. It was a lot of hard work, at the end of 1st semester I had 6 exams in 5 days.
You get access to industry standard tools, but because of the intensity of the course you're not on them long enough to take much away from them.
There were a few useful skills I took from there, and the projects you get to do can be pretty good for getting a job. My project got me into a PhD.
You do yet your own desk and unix workstation, and the canteen was pretty decent.