Bachelor in CS or Pilot training after AME course?
I’m currently facing a tough decision in my life. I recently had my F-1 Us visa denied for my bachelor’s in computer science (around 80% scholarship). Now, I’m in a dilemma. Should I attempt again, this time with Howard university offering a 65% scholarship for an F-1 visa? Or should I just change course entirely and pursue a 2-year certification course in aircraft maintenance engineering in the UAE? My question is, can I become a pilot after working as an AME engineer in Dubai for 2-3 years? If I secure an AME job there with free accommodations, I could save up to 60k+ Usd over 3 years, while pilot training in the Philippines costs around 45k-60k Usd. And I’ll use all those savings in pilot training. I’m torn between my love for technology (CS) and my passion for aviation. Please, guide garnu malai. I know the aviation of Nepal is not that good that’s why I might transfer/join airlines in india.
Ps. I’m really down after the visa rejection. I was pretty sure that I’ll make it out but my luck was bad