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MS in Mechanical Engineering after working in technical sales

  • Hemant Modiyil profile image
  • Hemant Modiyil Original poster
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States

Dear Sir/Madam,

I have completed my B.E in Mechanical Engg with an aggregate of 60%. After working for two years in technical sales, I wish to change my career path and pursue an MS in Mechanical Engineering(Automobile). I wish to know whether this option is pursuable. Will my work experience be a positive factor in my admission applications? 

I would also wish to know whether LOR's from current employers, clients are acceptable. 

Replies (1)

  • Jyoti Sharma
  • Jyoti Sharma Expert

Dear Hemant,

Greetings from Hotcourses India.

Yes, you may definitely try for Ms in mechanical engineering. The work experience is not required for this program. Still if one has some work experience, as long as it can be co-related with the course you are looking for, may be considered.

For Ms in Science programs, one must add at least one academic LOR rest can be professional LORs.

Please send your CV at jyoti.sharma@hotcourses.co.in for detailed discussion.

Thanks & Regards,

Hotcourses India

 

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