I’d like to know where to study automotive engineering, preferably in the UK, because somewhere else, i might drop my English, which is really useful to find a job afterwards.
Thank you very much
Well, the USA was another option i thought about, but as I’m not a USA resident the tuition rates are really high, almost twice as in Europe. Anyways, thank you very much, I’ll think about it.
I went to school for 9 months at lincoln tech. Unfortunately I ran into some personal problems and I had to drop out. I am now able to re enroll. I was having a very hard time getting jobs in the automotive field. I was wondering if I finish the program and graduate will it make that much of a difference in getting an automotive job.
I am joining the Marines and my MOS will be in mechanics for non-tanks. I was just wondering if I would be ASE Certified after leaving the corps? I would imagine both so and not because I’d imagine there are many more advanced electronics in today’s growing automotive industry.
I would appreciate sites where I can learn more about automotive relays; its functions, connections and applications. Thank you so much.
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