I know that both courses are very different but i check the yearly income for a civil engineering today and it was higher than that of a biomedical scientist. So i just wanted to know the prons and cons in civil engineering.
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- 29-01-2016 16:51
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- 29-01-2016 16:53
To get on the higher wages at a more senior level you need to be chartered and you need to have a portfolio of work in contracting and consulting and there was a 3rd thing I believe. I'm applying for it and so going to enter this September. Love the look of the courses as it has the favourite parts of each of my A levels.Last edited by Vikingninja; 29-01-2016 at 16:55.