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Material Science student and Architectural Industry

Jyiinn

Hi, I am a final year student majoring in Material Science and Engineering in South Korea. Being at the last stage of my degree study, I am currently looking for a place to fit in the society, which industry should I go and what should I be.

I used to have a dream to study architechture but stop because I thought I was bad in drawing (that was a really stupid thought). But I want to give a go at this industry now that I think about it except the fact I don’t know if the industry need a student with my kind of background study, if they do, at which part i can contribute and what should i do next?

I want to dive in slowly into this industry by probably finding an internship in architechtural firms and learn bits and there before i start on finding stable jobs but it’s really not easy as most of them are looking for architechture student with designing task. Hope I can at least get some insight through your advice here!

 
May 17, 18 12:01 pm
senjohnblutarsky

Industrial design seems like a more logical path with your background, but doing what one wants is also something I highly recommentd. 

May 17, 18 12:37 pm
JawkneeMusic

DO ARCHITECTURE!  I'M ABOUT TO GET INTO MATERIALS SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, THEY ARE ABOUT AS CLOSE AS YOU CAN GET TO ANOTHER FIELD!  For real: you probably know MORE than an architect does/needs

May 20, 18 7:45 pm
JawkneeMusic

Standing structures are an integration of material science & classical mechanics (physics).  The keys are the sliding block inclined plane (arches), vibrations (beam is a string), and dynamic loads which act statically

May 20, 18 8:03 pm

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