confused on transition of Physics to EE


by persist911
Tags: communication, physics
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Apr28-10, 10:23 AM
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I have a degree in physics and would like to progress to the EE field . I have love faradays law and maxwells laws of electromagnetism. I am interested in their application so I am thinking of going for an Msc in Wireless communication. I am considering two uni.

Univeristy of greenwich and university of swansea



I need an advice on which to choose. Or are there better ones.I am tending towards more practical than theory.I don't stay in the UK so it is impossible to go there to check out the equipment .

Will i get additional classes to coverup for my not studying EE in the UK
But any help willl be appreciated

Thnxs
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