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SK46 March 12, 2011 12:38

Aerospace Master Course
 
Hello!
This is my first post here, so nice to meet you all!
I have recently acquired my mech. engineering degree, and I am interested in pursuing an aerospace master course focused on aerodynamics (both experimental and numerical).
I have applied in KTH, TU Delft and Von Karman Institute.
My first choice is VKI, however If my application is rejected I will have to choose one of the other two.
I know that they are both highly ranked universities and so I am not concerned about the level of studies. What I would like to know is which one would you recommend based on the following criteria.
Which country according to your opinion (Sweden or Holland) would offer more job openings for a future engineer in this sector? Furthermore, on an international level, do you believe that recruiters would value differently graduates of the former 2 universities?
Thank you very much for your time.

cfd_newbie March 12, 2011 23:00

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Originally Posted by SK46 (Post 299113)
Hello!
This is my first post here, so nice to meet you all!
I have recently acquired my mech. engineering degree, and I am interested in pursuing an aerospace master course focused on aerodynamics (both experimental and numerical).
I have applied in KTH, TU Delft and Von Karman Institute.
My first choice is VKI, however If my application is rejected I will have to choose one of the other two.
I know that they are both highly ranked universities and so I am not concerned about the level of studies. What I would like to know is which one would you recommend based on the following criteria.
Which country according to your opinion (Sweden or Holland) would offer more job openings for a future engineer in this sector? Furthermore, on an international level, do you believe that recruiters would value differently graduates of the former 2 universities?
Thank you very much for your time.

Hi SK46,
I am replying as a fellow human being. Don't take so much tension. Pray to god that you get a good environment to learn and understand. All the universities you mentioned are good. All you have to concentrate on building fundamentals and once you get a degree you can get a nice job anywhere in the world. At this stage you should just try to relax and work hard on your basics, other things will come on their own to you.

SK46 March 14, 2011 04:01

Thank you for your answer.
I was asking because for me this will be a major investment and will cost me a lot financially.
But you are probably right, one cannot predict the future:)


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