what do you wanna study if you are a postgraduate student in your country

February 8, 2009 11:44am CST
i am a undergraduate in stage 2 in UK, i am taking the course of actuarial science,a kind of course about mathematics,economic and financial. I am planning to do postgraduate. i wanna study in other country, not only improve my study but also enlarge my view and experience. I know every country has different advantage in education, such as americans management, psychology, british accounting and finance in LSE.ect ect what will you choose and which university do you wanna go when you are going to postgraduate major? thanks! :D
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@masata (408)
• Indonesia
8 Feb 09
Hi, I am an engineer with an electrical engineering qualification. I had been working for about 1.5 - 2 years before deciding to continue my postgraduate education. Currently, I am taking a postgraduate degree in engineering (signal processing) while at the same time being a technical advisor to my friend's company. It is interesting to learn the new knowledge at advanced level as offered by a postgraduate course.
9 Feb 09
wow, I think you are so lucky that you can practice what you learn in your work! I am confusing if I can find a good job after graduation, because, you know, the current international situation, it is difficult for financial students to find a good position.
@royal52gens (5380)
• United States
8 Feb 09
I have my Associate of Applied Science degree in Micro-Computers. I want to go back to college to get my diploma in Medical Transcription. It is only a two-year program. It will be a good compliment to my degree and it will open some possibilities for me. The job market in my area sucks. By adding this diploma, I can be more versitile.
9 Feb 09
Sounds good, both of the diploma are useful in my country. do you feel the course of micro -computer is hard? My friends who studying in the University of Sheffield told me he was crazy about the projects :D