Well US offers much more than any country on this planet can offer.Well to begin with the education in US is higly standardized ie the quality is same everywhere.Secondly US spends a lot of money on R&D and my intended course is R&D based.Thirdly a lot of my relatives live in US so there is some sort of security,so why should i go to an unknown place ?
Or so they say.
i wouldn't recommend college this day and age, better off starting your own business and work for yourself.
loool, thats why they hire our consulting firm all over the world, our engineers are such crap.According to my colleagues working or having worked in the US, far from it. Quality of degrees vary a lot. The US. do not have a standardized definition of what an "engineer" is and their certifications encompass glorified technicians too. Easy to be registered as a "profesionnal engineer" in the US.
Or so they say.
I have a degree in naval architecture.......I should of gotten it in Marine Engineering. I would recommend a high level Engineering degree, it gives you better options from what I've seen.
Phd position can be a good job as well, in West and Northern Europe the salary starts from 1,600 euros to 2,000 from the 1st year. Why not machine learning or nanotechnology, see what the market demands. If you have a bachelor or a master in Physics field do not leave it, just check what skills from your fiedd are more attractive from job seekers. Physics have many applications, even for department of phycology they ask Phd canditates. It is better always to find a connection in your studies, MBA has none if you had before a degree in Physics.
I'm kind of interested in physics.
Having only a fundamental understanding of physics - where would be a good place to start learning more about physics? Are there any particular books that won't make blood come out of my ears?
"Tweeting the Universe". It's explanations of scientific principles and ideas (Why is the sky blue? How fast is the universe expanding?) in the form for ten tweets or less so essentially ten lines of 145 characters (Or whatever the limit is on tweeting). Every explanation is stripped down to the bare minimum so as not to waste space.
1) Engineers get to play with the cool stuff under the direction of "scientists"
2) Engineers get paid much better
3) it just takes a 4yr degree.
As a bonus at UIC Engineers didn't need to take a foreign language !
Electrical Engineering Degree Online and has a ton of toys! Very Jealous!
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