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I am currently studying A-level maths physics chemistry, and I want to apply to engineering. But I'm not sure what is different between civil engineering, architectural engineering, and structure engineering
Is there anyone who can explain the difference?
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AFAIK those two are types of civil engineering? lol at the course modules that night help
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Maybe you should apply to a general engineering course or look at places where you have a general year of study about engineering and then you can pick which one you like. An example is Glasgow university hope this helps
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(Original post by Nataliee_cotts)
Maybe you should apply to a general engineering course or look at places where you have a general year of study about engineering and then you can pick which one you like. An example is Glasgow university hope this helps
They have a pretty good idea of which discipline they want to go into, they’re just looking into potential subdisciplines within that discipline. General engineering would give them a worse education in the areas they’re interested in, and I don’t think there are any general engineering degrees which allow specialising in 2 of those let alone 3.
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Oopsie sorry I had read it wrong, still feel half asleep
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