I’m in final year of my bachelors in mechanical engineering and my CGPA is around 7, i want to do masters in robotics or mechatronics, confused where I have to do masters in GERMANY or US?

Asked by Shaik Kaif about 1 year ago

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Deepali Singh

Deepali Singh

MentR-Me Team

Study Abroad Expert

When income is compared by profession, the United States emerges as the clear winner among professions requiring specialised education. This is especially true in the field of engineering. Robotics is too specialised to rely on salary surveys, but given that it is part of Engineering, I do not believe it is an exception. In general, the median salary in engineering is higher in the US, but more importantly, the low 10% salary is higher in the US, and even more importantly, the high 10% salary is higher in the US. However, if your German is good, consider going to Germany to get your degree - it's free and good. Then go to the United States for a real job. You have an "unfair" advantage over American-educated engineers who are saddled with student loans from the start. That alone expands your options. Also, if you ever decide to start your own business, you will have much easier access to VC funds in the United States. Robotics will be a hot topic in the near future, and venture capitalists will be generous. If you have any further questions just ask me.


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