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  • Biomedical Engineering. This is highly related to the healthcare industry and the technology which is used within this domain. After all, it's crucial that the machinery they use is precise, well calibrated, and fully functional. Learning the basics about biomedical equipment with on-the-job training gives you the confidence to carry out repairs, ensure tools are working safely, and to train others in the use of such machinery.
  • Building Engineering. Yet another crucial area, this is a great thing to study if you are planning to continue with a Bachelor's degree in Architecture. It gives you the chance to learn how to sketch, conceptualize designs and understand the meaning of specifications. You will also get to grips with the latest releases of industry software, primarily AutoCAD.