iam an undergraduate in mechanical engineering, i would like to work on oil and gas sector so i need to learn more about it,im looking for m.sc or pgdip in oil and natural gas engineering
,i have no interest in doing research or phd in future.so will pgdip will be enough for me to get a better chance in the job or does employers (oil companies) prefer one with m.sc
A PGDip tends to be the taught part of the MSc without the research project. There is a perception problem as it is often awarded when someone has failed the MSc overall but passed sufficient taught credits to receive a PGDip. Therefore my gut reaction would be that you would be better doing a full MSc unless you know that in this specific sector, the qualification is not viewed with scepticism.
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