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Have your ever dreamed of moving abroad? Are you thinking about starting fresh in a new place full of exciting opportunities? AVCOE has cura...

Did you know you could have a successful engineering career in these 4 countries?

Have your ever dreamed of moving abroad? Are you thinking about starting fresh in a new place full of exciting opportunities? AVCOE has curated a list of countries that are excelling in the field of engineering that you may have not considered, where your career will flourish. 

New Zealand 
New Zealand has a population of over 4 million and still faces a shortage of employees in the engineering world. It is a wonderful place to work with, with one of the most stable economies. There is a huge scope of work in NZ, especially in civil engineering, as the need of the hour is to build safe, earthquake-resistant structures all over the country. 

Famous inventions from New Zealand: Bungee jump, the jet boat, the jet pack, nuclear physics, disposable hypodermic syringe, hand vacuum pump, McLaren cars, mountain buggy, and the electric fence. 

Popularly known as the most neutral country, Switzerland is also one of the wealthiest. It is advancing rapidly with innovative engineering as a vital part of its growth in technology. One of their main focus’ being scientific research and manufacturing, chemical and mechanical engineers would flourish in this wealthy European economy!

Famous inventions from Switzerland: Velcro, Swiss army knife, aluminium foil, and Swatch internet time.

German universities have a stellar reputation worldwide for their scientific research. You can only imagine the same enthusiasm and skill in the workplace. Who wouldn’t want to grow in such a beneficial environment? Their pharmaceutical and automobile industries are growing successfully and gaining popularity across the globe. This proves to be the perfect place for those of you interested in pursuing careers in the biomedical or mechanical engineering sectors. 

Famous inventions from Germany: Aspirin, automobile, bacteriology, accordion, contact lenses, printing press, bicycle, X-rays, record player & records, and coffee filters.

Japan has one of the most impressive infrastructures and is famous for its high-speed railway. Being one of the wealthiest economies, there is a massive scope for chemical, mechanical, electrical and biomedical engineering. For decades, it has upheld its reputation for contributing to leading technological inventions to the world. 

Famous inventions from Japan: DVDs, video camera, digital camera, walkman, CDs, Karaoke, video tape recorder, electronic calculators, and electric rice cooker.

When we hear the word abroad, most of us think of the US, UK, Canada or Australia. AVCOE urges you to think about a career in one of these four successful economies. Once you have made your decision, contact our T&P representative so you can work towards building your career after college and reaching new heights in your field. 

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