nothing much but giving advice to recent graduates who contact me themselves.
Tell us about you:
I am from the 93-94 Elect Batch.
I pursued my Masters from KFUPM and then joined University of Plymouth as a PhD Student where I finished in 2004.
I completed a research fellowship at the same university and then joined Queen's University Belfast as a Lecturer in Intelligent Systems and Control Group in July 2007.
Wasif , I am not sure if you remember , Saad ur Rehman from Section B who was also transfer student from Mechanical and was editor of quest magazine is in Dublin. I also know that M.S Khurram from your section is also in Ireland.
Syed Salman Hussain section B is also in UK working with Nortel.
salam wailikum wsif bhai.i am fahad studying electornics from N.E.D.its my third year.bhai i am planning for MS from UK, london probably.can you tell me, being graduate can i earn enough there to support my education in UK? and kindly tell me also that what exam do ive to take for uk GRE, ILETS OR TOFEL
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