How do i become a Robotic Engineering?

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Hello guys/girls thanks for taking your time to read this. (First Post)

So im a college student it's my first year and i want to become a robotic engineering. The subjects iv'e picked in college are BTEC level 3 science, Core Maths and English language resit. I wanna study abroad like japan since they excel in robots. So can anyone tell me a way i can become a robotic engineer or if i have a chance to become one or not and what do i have to do now to become one if i can't. Thanks
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Hello guys/girls thanks for taking your time to read this. (First Post) So im a college student it's my first year and i want to become a robotic engineering. The subjects iv'e picked in college are BTEC level 3 science, Core Maths and English language resit. I wanna study abroad like japan since they excel in robots. So can anyone tell me a way i can become a robotic engineer or if i have a chance to become one or not and what do i have to do now to become one if i can't. Thanks
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subbing in as i am interested to know too.
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You can't become a robotic engineering because engineering is a field.

But you'll need to take a degree in Robotic or Mechanical Engineering to begin with to become a Robotic Engineer.
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maybe if you have been building robots at home as a hobby you could mention that on your CV ?


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Hello guys/girls thanks for taking your time to read this. (First Post) So im a college student it's my first year and i want to become a robotic engineering. The subjects iv'e picked in college are BTEC level 3 science, Core Maths and English language resit. I wanna study abroad like japan since they excel in robots. So can anyone tell me a way i can become a robotic engineer or if i have a chance to become one or not and what do i have to do now to become one if i can't. Thanks
Studying abroad can be expensive and you won't qualify for a UK student loan, also, in Japan you would almost certainly need to speak Japanese for most university courses*.

There are excellent universities in the UK with good engineering courses - and some even have robotics as an undergraduate option or specialisation.

http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...ying-robotics/

However you will need to be good at maths and physics at A-level (or equivalent), because engineering is basically applied maths & physics.

Also, you might want to consider studying a more general engineering degree at first (e.g. mechanical engineering, or electronic engineering). These usually include some options in robotics, and then you can specialise in robotics later.

*If Japan still appeals, this university has engineering courses taught in English
https://www.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/wp-con...
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