Hey, so i'm about to start my engineering foundation year at Portsmouth Uni. After the foundation year, I will progress onto engineering degrees from either mechanical, electronic, civil, computing or petroleum. I'm extremely interested in the energy / utilities industry (we'll always need electricity / clean water) but am having a hard time deciding which engineering specialism would be best. I'm leaning towards electronic or mechanical, but can't really decide. I would've gone for electrical engineering but they don't do that course at Portsmouth unfortunately. Any information on which degree would be best to get into this type of industry would be great!
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- Thread Starter
- 03-07-2014 14:12
(Original post by charleynetwork)
- 03-07-2014 14:20
Any information on which degree would be best to get into this type of industry would be great!
Also they are very few unis that offer just electrical engineering, it tends to be "electrical and electronic engineering" as they go hand in hand.
- 04-07-2014 20:41
What a10 said.
- 10-07-2014 15:42
Electrical all the way. Specialise in power engineering and you'll have many opportunities.