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    Im goong to uni this year but i just cant decide,

    The following engineering principles are offerred
    1.electronics
    2.mechatronics
    3.mechanical
    4.civil
    5.computer
    6.telecommunications
    7.hardware
    8.chemical
    9.electrical

    Plz i need advice...... any engineers out there!
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    Im goong to uni this year but i just cant decide,

    The following engineering principles are offerred
    1.electronics
    2.mechatronics
    3.mechanical
    4.civil
    5.computer
    6.telecommunications
    7.hardware
    8.chemical
    9.electrical

    Plz i need advice...... any engineers out there!
    Hi There, I'm currently studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
    First off, have you any ideas where you'd like to take your career? Engineering can open all sorts of jobs in many sectors, lots of engineers are employed as bankers and in business roles due to their large number of transferable skills. This obviously would not be associated with a particular discipline. However if you have a certain route you'd like to go that'll help narrow down the choices. What kind of things do you enjoy to do in your spare time?
    Feel free to PM me for any more info.
 
 
 
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