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Am a student of meteorology and am confused whether after I can study aeronautics at masters level after my first degree thank you.

A graduate with a bachelors degree in meteorology can get a masters in any subject they choose- as long as the masters degree subject studies are met. There are likely prerequisites. Consider the university you wish to attend and look at their curriculum and required prerequisite courses for the program you want to take. That will tell you what is required for a masters degree in aviation for your situation.

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