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does masters in FPGA leads to communication or power engineer career

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numair_noor

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hi, i want to apply in manchester metropolitian university uk. and i have done electronic engineering (BACHELORS). i want to apply in masters course there. but i want to change my course having major of communication engineer. please help me select the course.
there are two choices.
1: electronic engineer(FPGA IS A MAJOR)
2:computer network technology(i dont know if it is just as ccna + ccnp) or something else. but i have seen that it leads to career in communication


i want to knwo if i apply in electronic engineering. does it lead to communication industry majorly. or the second will be better.
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numair
 

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Both. It depends on which area you want to work on. If you want to work on layer 1 and layer 2, then electronic engineering. If layer 2 and layer 3, then go for computer network technology.
 

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hi, i want to apply in manchester metropolitian university uk. and i have done electronic engineering (BACHELORS). i want to apply in masters course there. but i want to change my course having major of communication engineer. please help me select the course.
there are two choices.
1: electronic engineer(FPGA IS A MAJOR)
2:computer network technology(i dont know if it is just as ccna + ccnp) or something else. but i have seen that it leads to career in communication


i want to knwo if i apply in electronic engineering. does it lead to communication industry majorly. or the second will be better.
regards
numair
Neither can give you a position in today's communication area. It's saturated and only a small number of companies are in.
Being in here for 10+ years and witnessed the number of companies dwindle from tens to a handfull in my country.
By the time you graduate, I guess only a few left arround the world.
 

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