Engineering Sciences

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Engineering Sciences Discipline Study Group

Engineering is a field of science that transforms the theoretical information about topics, which is intended to provide humans needs in different fields such as computers, construction, electricity and electronic, to practice.

According to Arthur Wellington, an American civil engineer in the field of railway construction, “An engineer can do for a dollar what any fool can do for two.”

The engineering study group is addressed to people who have worked or are working in the field of engineering, who also have a Master’s Degree or a higher degree in the field of engineering. The groups intention is to exchange ideas, share experiences, creating projects, applying to scholarships, motivating in the field of engineering and finding solutions to problems who we may have faced or are facing.

The group consists of people who have had a position as an engineer, people who also have had scholarships like the Phillip Schwartz scholarship, or the Volkswagen scholarship and people who work in German universities in an academic position.

For academicians, who are under risk and live in Germany or other countries and for applicants, we voluntarily offer support about the following:

*Consultancy about diploma equivalencies or operations.

*Consultancy about the application and the processes of scholarships such as Phillip Schwartz, Scholar Rescue Fund and Volkswagen.

*Support and guide for students who are working on their Master’s Degree, Doctor’s Degree or are working on their research.

*Providing contact to other disciplines, who are in need for an engineering scientist.

We invite all academicians around the globe to engineering sciences study group.

Scientists who are willing to participate in the engineering sciences study group can contact us at

engineering@academicsatrisk.org

with their CVs.

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