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Old 06-07-2007
 
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Canada Graeme
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Default Re: electronics engineers in the US

My faculty falls under both computer/electrical engineering and chemical engineering, so I'm pseudo EE. Still 3 years left of university, and then I hope to get some experience and apply for my PEng.

There will always be growth and need for skilled electrical engineers in both the US and Canada, so I'm sure you'll do just fine . I actually worked with an EE from the Philippines for the past four months on my last co-op semester.

The main problem will be jumping through the loops and bounds to make sure you can get your PEng from the accreditation board. Depending on your education in the Philippines, it may be necessary to take some additional courses.
 
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