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Mechanical engineering or Electrical/Electronic engineering?? Dont know what to pick. watch

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    I am currently taking btec Electrical/Electronic engineering am in my second year And doing good and really enjoyed it. And I wanted to take (EEE) into university.
    I dream of going into motor industry and really into Hybrid Electrical cars.
    with Mechanical Engineering I understand its a broad subject and you can go to Motor industry. However I dont like the course itself and feeling not going to do well on it.

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    If you are interested into electric cars, it will be easier with an EEE degree, than with an ME. You will have a better understanding of wiring circuits, programming etc. The only thing that is widely shared between the two degrees is the Mechatronics part, which you should have good knowledge after an EEE degree (all the motors etc and how they operate). Since you are doing EEE and you like, this is the way to go, as the 2 degrees are really different. I have an ME degree and I really don't like EE stuff
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    Thanks for your reply I will look into that.

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    Go with your heart. You should go with whatever you find most interesting and enjoy the most. I graduated in Electrical & Electronic Engineering way back in 1988; I did that because I found it really interesting and I loved it. Since then, I've taught many things, including English. Students often tell me that EEE was the hardest to study - so if you can do it, do it! You can always do ME later in life!
 
 
 
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