Answer by Rumaisah Munir
It all depends on your goals. If you plan to join an industry upon graduation, it'll be better to intern somewhere to learn the practical industry aspects of Electrical Engineering. However, if you wish to join research groups, a credential program might be partially helpful. A researcher has to be academically independent and sound.
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