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
My name is Faisal & I am currently in Final Year of my BE (from NED) in Electronics which will end in December 2008.
I am planning to go abroad for studies after my BE.
What should I need to do so that I am prepared to take admission in 2009?
Can I start my MSc immediately after completing BE or will I have to wait till September session in 2009?
Are there enough scholarships available in UK universities, that I can avail one, that can bear my educational expenses partly or fully?
What are the opportunities there in UK and in other European countries for an Eleronic engineer after completing my MSc from UK in Electronics(in Telecommunications & Wireless or in Control)?
From job's point of view, which field would you recommened for Masters?
Your advice will be of great advantage for me.
Waiting for your reply.
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