Hello everyone, I know this has come up a lot in the past but my situation is slightly different. As is everyones. Currently a second year general engineering student with a decision to make soon, MEng Mechanical or MEng Civil? I enjoy both subjects equally. But I will be taking an intercalated year abroad. In mechanical or civil engineering depending on which one I choose as my main spine. My question is, I assume I'll have transcripts for this. So will employers consider me for alternative positions based on my increased breadth, or will it not make a difference? And if so which stream should I pick up as my main, I think my university (Warwick), is a little better for mechanical and electronics in the energy area. But my own interests lie in sustainability and energy. International aspects are important to me also but I assume it's negligible in the grand scheme since both roles are in demand? On a slightly different note I have a project in simulation of waves, working with a 3D wave flume this summer. Does this fall under Mechanical or Civil Engineering. Thank you very much for reading. TL;DR Intercalated year, Mechanical or Civil for main spine.