How to enroll and from which level I will start taking into consideration my civil engineering background and my work experience?
I have a high school diploma, option building construction, obtained after 3 years of study at a High School of Civil Engineering(regional school based in my country, Chad, Central Africa). I worked in a construction company for 1 year and after then, I have joined the oilfield for 6 years now. Following my education background and my work experience, I would like to know from which level I am going to start when looking for a master degree in deo-technical engineering? Also, I would like to know how can I enroll online?
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I mean geotechnical engineering as subject of study.
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