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Compare future prospects of- EEE vs ECE

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    I am enrolled on level 1 EEE at Brunel university, the option to change to ECE is available at the end of my first year. I am unsure of which one to go for.

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    At this point I feel I find ECE modules more interesting than EEE modules (This may change when things get heavier next year).

    1. Although I find the modules more interesting my main worry is that I believe ECE prospects consist mainly of sitting in front of a computer, coding all day. I do not think I would enjoy this as a full time job.

    2. I envision EEE prospects to include more time on my feet and possibly time away from the office when liaising with clients. I would prefer this.

    I am very interested in programming android apps and websites in my spare time, which would go great on a CV with ECE. But I am concerned about point 1.

    Anyone is welcome to comment with any kind of insights (directly related or slightly abstract both welcome), and any information to paint a better picture would be very well recieved, thanks .
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