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I am a Mechanical engineer and have done my Masters in Energy Systems. I can go for a Phd in renewable energy systems But.. well i fear that i am not passionate enough to finsih it.But i really want to sharpen up my leadership skills. I am 23 years old and want to go for a MBA in UK. Can someone provide me with an advice?
PS- Could you also suggest any universities in UK for MBA.
Point well made smilodon.I am already looking for companies researching alternate energy generation. If i manage to convince one of their CEO's then i may get a full funding + a really well paid job after Phd. Every one wants a cure from this oil crisis in the world right?
I graduated with a Degree in Mechanical Engineering with terrible grades. Some how managed to get into Masters in Energy Systems and Got a Gold Medal in it. i got a 3.94 GPA in my masters. I am now interested in doing Phd in renewable energy systems. My deficiency are the grades in graduation. Can i convince any University on this planet to accept me as a Phd student. I just need a honest yes or no answer. If yes then where and if no then what do i have to do to?
I graduated with a terrible GPA of 2.17 in the field of Mechanical Engineering. After passing my Post Graduate Diploma with flying colors i was given addmission to Masters in Energy Systems.I completed by masters with a GPA of 3.94. I really want to get by Phd in renewable energy. Is there any university in the world which can accept me. I know i can do it.
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