The B.E/B.Tech tends to focus more on the practical aspects of learning and offers a greater insight into the subject and is ideally recommended for those who aspire to work in production, design or manufacturing industries. On completing their B.E/B.Tech, students have multiple choices when they plan to study a postgraduate degree abroad. Students can opt for a masters programme in their core engineering or allied subject for enhancing their knowledge domain in a specific domain and to get a core placement. A Graduate programme will give a better insight into specialized areas. This could be a MS in Engineering or a M.E or M.Tech. The naming convention for the postgraduate engineering degree varies from country to country. The core essentials remain the same, but a premier institution will offer more facilities, funding for research and enhanced career support services.
Those who aspire to enter the world of business and management can opt to study an MBA and specialize in a subject relevant to their undergraduate study. Courses like the Masters in Engineering Management and Masters in Information Systems Management are quite popular. Some institutions offer a dual degree. This helps student’s complete two distinct degrees within 2 years.
But what course to opt for? Which country to choose? Which universities are the best?
Our RMKEC Alumni Higher Education Cell aims to bridge this gap by helping their juniors acquire their higher education dream easily by guiding them from the selection of the cost to the courses! A group of highly dedicated alumni who did their Graduate programs in well reputed universities from various countries are the back bone of this cell!