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Am interested in studying Aerospace Engineering at USA top tier universities. Currently completing my A levels from Bangladesh what type of ECAs should I do?
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A lot of Aerospace has foundations in mechanical engineering, so anything related is beneifical - work experience, personal/team projects etc.

If you're aiming for a 'top tier' uni then an academic profile will be extremely valuable, and not just A-Levels.
If there are any maths or physics challenges/olympiads you could take part in then that would help support your application.

Extra reading around the course is also another really exploitative option.
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(Original post by JaredzzC)
A lot of Aerospace has foundations in mechanical engineering, so anything related is beneifical - work experience, personal/team projects etc.

If you're aiming for a 'top tier' uni then an academic profile will be extremely valuable, and not just A-Levels.
If there are any maths or physics challenges/olympiads you could take part in then that would help support your application.

Extra reading around the course is also another really exploitative option.
Am not intersted in doing foundation,could you give any specific example?

Yeah i took part in challenges but the national round was my boundary.
Last night it struck my mind to do a Private pilot training course in the gap year, do you think its a good idea for devoping the eca??
Thanks for your answer
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