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Topic Title: Jobs opportunities, Experienced professional, UK Master Degree
Topic Summary: Get a job in UK, study on a part-time Master, start a career.
Created On: 24 October 2010 12:10 PM
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 24 October 2010 12:10 PM
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AMSA

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Hello there people.

I'm finishing my underdegree in Electrical Engineering (BSc ?), in Portugal. At the same time, I'm working on a Airline company for 5 yrs, in the field of electronics - calibration, test and some repairing equipments. On a large variety of equipment.

Now that I'm finishing my underdegree, I'm starting to think what should be the best option to take and one of them was to work in UK, not only because it would be a challenge but most because there is lot's of more opportunities and so many areas that I could choose.

So I'd like for you guys to help me out with some questions that I have.

I'm got put them in topics:

1. How is the market right now for undergraduated or BSc, qualifications?

2. How can I know if my course is well accepted by the employers, to work in UK?

3. Is my experience relevant on my first work in UK? Or it doesn't count, because it's from another place/country and, for the employers it's irrelevant?

3. There any kind of discrimination, for those who are foreigner, that want to work in UK with qualifications?

4. It would be good to take a English course, like IELTS or a FCE?

5. What kind of difficulties can I expect going to UK? Taking in to account that I've those qualifications and 5 yrs of experience on the field that I've already mentioned.

By the way, I'd like to take a MSc in UK. Those would one of: Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Control Engineering or Aerospace Engineering. It would be on a part-time mode.

I want to get your opinions please and some advises.

Best regards,
Charles.
 25 October 2010 08:07 AM
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DavidParr

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Charles, I received your private message. Can you please enable your inbox so I can reply.

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David Parr BSc.CEng MIET
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 25 October 2010 11:36 AM
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AMSA

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Hello Sir. DavidParr.


I've selected this options on my profile:

In the "Establish your Forums profile below" -> "Personal Options" I've the ON position selected in the option "Receive Private Messages".

And I've selected too the "Message with email notification" from the "Contact from other users" option

So, if you could try again I would appreciate.

If doesn't work again, can you give me a tip which option should I select?

Best regards,
Charles
 25 October 2010 02:27 PM
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DavidParr

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Charles, I have sent a test message.

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David Parr BSc.CEng MIET
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 15 February 2011 11:34 AM
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AMSA

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Hi there people.

I was wondering if someone can give me a little feedback about my topic, because no one else have replied since 25 October 2010.

Just to don't open another topic.

Best regards,
Charles
 11 March 2011 03:12 PM
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dvaidr

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Have a word with the registration department. They may be able to help you out. The contact details are on the IET site. They are very approachable and will help you out.
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