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Engineering Back to engineering after a 5-year scholarship bond in fund management?

  1. Dec 15, 2012 #1

    J**

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    Hi all,
    This forum has been a great resource for me for quite some time, but this is my first time posting a thread.

    A fund management company is willing to sponsor my undergraduate studies in engineering at a top university. The 'catch' is I have to work 5 years for them after I graduate. However, I don't really mind, though. It's not just because I need the money for my studies; it's also because I find fund management interesting and this company is known for being able to provide excellent training and offer challenging tasks for its scholars.

    Nevertheless, I choose to study engineering because I really want to have a career in engineering. Is it possible for me to go back to engineering after the 5-year bond? Or is it possible to apply for postgrad in engineering after the 5-year bond, then venture into engineering upon attaining the postgrad?

    Thanks in advance for your insights :)
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2012
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  3. Dec 19, 2012 #2

    J**

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    Does admission into Masters/PhD in Engineering require a career in engineering before that?
    Are undergraduate research and grades, along with some engineering-related activities after I graduate, sufficient?
     
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