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Hi ,my major is petroleum engineer ,is there anybody would help me to find some relative course ? thank u so much

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welcome to talk to me , my QQnumber is 597034467, call me Lucas
Materials Engeneering, to start. I think you'll need some other specific course to Petroleum. I don't know, but in my country (Brazil) we call Post-Graduation, wich is a course you make after a graduation, so you become an "expert" in a specific area.
Thank you for your advise,I have already signed up a company to be a field engineer and I really like this job.Wish you have a nice day .I hope we can become friends ,keep in touch.

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hey haitian, how you doing? I'm back to OpenStudy, I hope we can talk someday ... HAve a nive day!

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