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Graduate Study

11/25/2017 12:04 PM

I wish to pursue higher studies abroad in automotive. And I wish to pursue in vehicle dynamics as I had more interest in dynamics of machinery. What is vehicle dynamics study in M.Sc all about? What all softwares do we study in it? Which is the best place or university for pursuing this course and for good job prospects?

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11/25/2017 12:39 PM

You say you want to study a subject and then ask what the subject is all about?

It’s time you did a bit of soul searching and made your own mind up as to what you want to do.

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11/25/2017 12:53 PM
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11/25/2017 1:21 PM

A company where I worked, the owners nephew wanted to go to college... (he was 27 years old and a child) I told him that would be great.

I then asked what his major would be, his reply was he’d like to get a business degree...

I then said, interesting,... so you’re going on to get a bachelors degree, want school where you thinking of I then asked...

His reply... bachelors, he wasn’t going to waste his time at getting a bachelors, he going straight to getting his master degree.

So now I have to ask...do you have and college education? If so,... in what field?

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11/26/2017 8:46 AM

i have completed my under graduate degree in mechanical engineering. i have worked on projects related to dynamics, and i really liked dynamics of machinery subject and so to continue in that field, i have put forth this question about vehicle dynamics.

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11/26/2017 10:18 AM

That puts it into perspective.

I was a member of SAE International and asme.org - ASME - Official‎ when I worked in the automotive field. (Active noise and vibration control)

I'd recommend joining both organizations (as a student) and using them as resources for continuing your quest.

Good luck.

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11/27/2017 7:27 AM

I agree with lyn,... you need to surround yourself with people and establish contacts within similar fields.

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11/25/2017 1:34 PM
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11/27/2017 12:33 PM

If you have a specific (School) in mind, you could also go to their current website and peruse their Catalog to see what specific classes are in a relevant program, and then to see what software is currently used therein...

To start with, just what is your current academic level?...

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12/11/2017 12:27 PM

'(i.e.: what graduate schools are currently the most interesting to you?...)

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