Greetings respected engineers, I would really appreciate your advice and experience. I am now approaching 30, and although I have been working as a freelance translator for several years, I'm considering taking a degree in chemical engineering. I have actually been living in Russia for over 5 years. I've always been interested in the sciences, but more on a theoretical level when I decided to take languages (German & Russian) at university instead of an engineering degree. My A levels (UK) were in Physics, Maths, Chemistry and German. I had As in all of them and averaged above 93% for all of the subjects. That was 10 years ago!! How much demand is there for linguist-engineers? What books would you recommend to 'brush up' on my maths and for foundational reading on chemical engineering? Is this careers move a wise decision? (I still want to use my languages).