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Engineering post-graduate degree with physics undergraduate

  1. Jul 7, 2011 #1
    I'm just about to embark on a Physics degree in England, and am just finishing a year long industrial placement at a major oil and gas company. One thing that is particularly noticeable about my workplace is that everyone seems to be an engineer, suggesting that they are infinatley more employable than Physicists. The physics course looks far more appealing than the engineering course at my university. However, I was wondering whether it is possible for scientists to go on to become engineers at post-graduate level should I change my mind.
     
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