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    Hi, everyone.
    Prior disclaimer: I hope I haven't broken the rules by starting this discussion.
    I've studied electrical engineering for my bachelor degree, but in fact I'm not interested in continuing it. I'm 22 right now and this fall I graduate. The questions that I had in my mind about ethics, metaphysics, etc were not answered in EE textbooks. Long story short, I'm planning to apply for a Master's degree in Philosophy in Europe or if it's possible a conversion course to philosophy.
    Is such a thing possible especially in European universities? And are those courses taught in English?
    Regards.
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    (Original post by Past_Left_Behind)
    Hi, everyone.
    Prior disclaimer: I hope I haven't broken the rules by starting this discussion.
    I've studied electrical engineering for my bachelor degree, but in fact I'm not interested in continuing it. I'm 22 right now and this fall I graduate. The questions that I had in my mind about ethics, metaphysics, etc were not answered in EE textbooks. Long story short, I'm planning to apply for a Master's degree in Philosophy in Europe or if it's possible a conversion course to philosophy.
    Is such a thing possible especially in European universities? And are those courses taught in English?
    Regards.
    For UK universities, there's no conversion courses for Philosophy. There's only MA or PhD of course.

    Your need to maybe look at some world rankings for English-speaking universities or ones that have a particular focus on humanities/philosophy.
 
 
 
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