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    I am going to study Mechanical engineering in Greenwich University. But I am concern about job. When I will complete the course , can get a good job?
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    No one has ever left university and landed the job they had in mind. It doesn't happen. You will get a good job, yes, but not within weeks of leaving.
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    No one has ever left university and landed the job they had in mind. It doesn't happen. You will get a good job, yes, but not within weeks of leaving.
    Not true - many good graduate jobs are secured before the individual has even graduated.
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    I am going to study Mechanical engineering in Greenwich University. But I am concern about job. When I will complete the course , can get a good job?
    Yes, you can, if you are a competitive enough applicant.
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    Depends on you. If you just do the bare minimum to complete the course then probably not. If you work hard, get a 1st or 2:1, get some relevant work experience and involve yourself in extra curriculars then you probably will get a good job.
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    (Original post by esralled)
    No one has ever left university and landed the job they had in mind. It doesn't happen. You will get a good job, yes, but not within weeks of leaving.
    Not true, there are people with job offers in second/third year of uni.

    As far as the OP, it's possible that you will have a job either before leaving uni or soon after.

    Whether you actually will or not is down to how well you hustle at university - staying on top of grades, getting work experience, getting involved on campus, networking with fellow engineers, applying to internships, building a solid CV, writing high quality applications, working on interview technique etc

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    I am accepted to study in Mechanical engineering in Greenwich University and london South bank university . now I want to know which one I should take. please help me.
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    (Original post by Hello tomorrow)
    I am accepted to study in Mechanical engineering in Greenwich University and london South bank university . now I want to know which one I should take. please help me.
    Hi, I've merged your threads together as they are on the same topic.
 
 
 
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