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what does getting an MS after BE(EEE) really mean??

By albatross3 ·
hello !

if some of you experienced folks can pls help me out by sharing the details that matter about MS after BE in electrical & electronics.

1.exactly what kind of difference does it make?

2.what are the current hot subjects? and the best one can suggest for an elec engineer.(''m mad abt motors n elec stuff)

3.which universities are the beat suited and what kinda gre/toefl score one needs to get a really good university.

answering the above will be really really helpful
thank you!

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IMHO what it really means is ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to what does getting an MS a ...

You become top-heavy with more letters after your name as you continue to grow older, while becoming less attractive to the job market because you have no work experience.

A degree only proves that you can learn stuff, then regurgitate it at exam time.

It doesn't prove that you're any good at your job of work, it doesn't prove that you can interact with other colleagues, it doesn't prove that you can stand REAL pressure where other folk rely on you, and it keeps you out of the job market until you may find you are too old to start (or accept starting) at the bottom of the ladder.

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