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I wonder if I should go on. The main reason I am interested is that I did not receive summons at all and I am interested in a technological role in the army, and according to what I understood, this track promises me a technological role in the army. If there is someone here who has done this and can advise me, I will be happy

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I want to engage in software engineering of course that's what I'm learning. And I realized that I could complete a degree as an engineer while I was in service and I would have to study two years instead of four. Is it possible at all to complete a degree while serving?

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The technological role can also be under a tank in the Ordnance Corps.

In general, a practical engineer is not a recommended diploma. Too bad for time and money.

What is this nonsense? I am a practical engineer. Without a practical engineer, I would not be accepted to where I work today, and believe me that many would like to work where I am.

If you choose a field that has a demand in the market, and not just a certificate that will make it difficult for you to find a job later (for example, a photo and media engineer)

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So after I was at the college conference and after talking to some people who studied software engineering I'm even more uncertain. On my face the track sounds good but it has its drawbacks. My question is, what is better to be discharged from the army as a practical engineer with 5.5 years of experience or study software engineering after the army? And another question they said was that if I did this route it would be short for me two years in the studies of the hoods Is this true and there is someone here who started to study software engineering as a practical engineer and began to study from third year?

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What is this nonsense? I am a practical engineer. Without a practical engineer, I would not be accepted to where I work today, and believe me that many would like to work where I am.

If you choose a field that has a demand in the market, and not just a certificate that will make it difficult for you to find a job later (for example, a photo and media engineer)

Okay, you're the one who got a good place.

How many practical engineers were with you in class / class? Where do they work today?

I study engineering for two years, while my undergraduate studies take between three and four years. Do you really not see why it is better to study for a bachelor's degree?

A practical engineer can get a good job, but nobody promises you that. Having a bachelor's degree positions is wider and you have more options to get a good job.

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