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Higher Studies in Energy Sector

Higher Studies in Energy Sector

Higher Studies in Energy Sector

I will be finishing my Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering next year and am planning to use my skills in the energy field. Although my research activities have been in fuels and solar energy production, my inclination is more towards nuclear engineering , which i think is more serious energy solution. Also geothermal seems to be one field I would like to learn about. Question is :

Which Master's Degree would allow me to

(A)Gain ground in Energy Sector as far as Power Plants are concerned (General Approach)

(B) Give me better understanding and opportunities in Nuclear/Geothermal Power (Focused Approach)

And what sort of work would I be doing upon selecting either option.( e.g R&D, design analysis, operations, etc).

Would appreciate your inputs,


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