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03-27-2010, 03:01 PM
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Captain Saku
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I graduated 2 years ago from Polytechnique, electrical engineering, my gf just graduated from UDEM, biomedical bachelor (sciences), and now my gf is on the verge of deciding what to do in her life, she doesn't want to go to medecine, and there aren't many opportunities to find a good and interesting job, the only options now for her is either to completely shift career or to do masters research...

Sciences might be fun, but career wise, there isn't much opportunities out there...

Biomedical engineering is a good option though, I wanted to study this but I figured I like electrical better.

I think if I had to start university all over again I would do civil engineering, very interesting and outstanding opportunities out there.

Polytechnique might be the best engineering school in Quebec, but I don't think it's worth it that much the level of effort you have to put in studies, other schools have a much much better internship programs. But again, it depends in which engineering field.

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