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    Hello there people of TSR!

    I need an urgent advice... I'm stuck between Civil engineering and Mechanical Engineering. I really am confused. Which one of these has a better scope? Because it's not just about interest, I must know that if I'm going to get anything out of my hard work. So please Help me!! it's bugging me up!

    P.S. I'm a girl! D
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    Both civil and mechanical engineering have good job prospects.

    Do you want to build bridges or machines?
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    (Original post by Origami Bullets)
    Both civil and mechanical engineering have good job prospects.

    Do you want to build bridges or machines?
    Well, I'd preferably build machines. But I heard job prospects for Civil is better. Is it true? and that there are too many mechanical engineers already?

    Thanks
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    (Original post by pusscat)
    Well, I'd preferably build machines. But I heard job prospects for Civil is better. Is it true? and that there are too many mechanical engineers already?

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    I'd suggest having a look at www.unistats.ac.uk - there's lots of info available on the relative employment prospects of different courses.
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    Mechanical has more scope than civil since it's a broader discipline.
 
 
 
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