I'm a 1st year Renewable energy student at the University of Exeter, Cornwall campus. Feel free to ask me anything..
I think one of the most important things not mentioned here is work experience- this is where you can really decide where your career goes and give you a huge boost to your employability. Math, physics, chemistry, engineering- i think all of these can take you down the route you want to go, but it depends what you want to study in your 3 or so years.
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Which degree would be best for working with Renewable Energy? watch
- 21-05-2011 15:18
- 10-04-2012 13:38
hi, i would like to ask a few questions:
1) How is the course like so far? is it difficult? study like mad everyday?
2) what kind of academic background do you need for this course?
3) How are the professors like? are they approchable? or is there a distinct line drawn between students and proffs?
4) Do you know, or have heard, of the median/average starting salary if you graduate from this course? MEng Renewable Energy
5) Do you know if many people step out of the engineering sector after getting this degree? like into the business/ finance world etc
6) Is the course workload huge?? i've looked at the syllabus, its looks tough. I'm taking IB with HL physics and SL maths, how do you think I can cope?
7) Is the exam pass rate high? or do they kick out some students?
I'll really appreciate it if u can help me with those questions! Thanks!!!!
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- 12-04-2012 12:41
Have a look at this Ap degree in Energy technology tught in English in Denmark and NO fees for Uk students Jo at the Degrees Ahead team