Hello all,

I would like to hear your comments here.

I have secured admissions for M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering (Micro and Nanotechnology track) at the Technical University of Eindhoven and M.Sc. Nanotechnology at the University of Twente, with a partly scholarship for the latter.

I would like to go for Ph.D after my masters and would like to go for practical research rather than theoretical. 

I believe that the University of Twente has one of the best Nanotechnology labs, called the MESA+.

So, what shall I go for?

Thank you for your patience in reading this!

Raghavendran T E
Student
B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (University)
Kollam, Kerala 690525
India

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buddy dats depend on ur field of interest...

if u r interested in doing research u can M.sc nanotech n do u phd..

else M.sc mech its upto u...
I wanted to know the differences between the two courses and which one is really good for Ph.D
its nanotechnology preferred for ph.D than mechanical

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