Do the M.Eng students in Electrical Engineering have apprenticeship? Do the students get money for their apprentice training? & how much?


There really aren't "apprenticeships" associated with most traditional college degree programs. On the other hand, many engineering programs, including electrical engineering, do have what are usually known as internship or co-op (short for "cooperative learning") programs available. These programs are inherently designed to allow students to work in engineering-related companies during their degree program. The conditions that apply to each program are school-specific and even department-specific, so be sure to check with the individual departments you're interested in.

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  • And, typically co-ops or internships in technical fields are paid some appreciable fraction market rates. – Matthew G. Dec 20 '13 at 2:03
  • @MatthewG.: That is true in the US; that is not the case in some foreign countries (such as Germany). – aeismail Dec 20 '13 at 8:37

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