Chandiya has always been a hardworking and sincere student who exhibits a profound interest in understanding concepts. The IBDP is a course that requires a high degree of self-autonomy from the student’s side and I have witnessed her tenacity to complete all given tasks within the given deadline first hand. Her mini-dissertation (an original 4000 word academic document called Extended Essay) based on Mathematics was also well received by the IB. In the process of completing her dissertation, she has displayed highly satisfactory research skills that include critical thinking, application of relevant theories, effective citation and a deep understanding of the subject.
The School of Engineering’s vision is to advance and transmit the knowledge base of engineering to meet society’s aspirations, creating and engineering the answers to global problems. The School is one of the largest, most innovative and highly-ranked Schools in the University. In the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF) review, the School was ranked No. 1 in UK Engineering, having achieved the highest Research Power of any UK engineering submission to any REF panel.
This is a general entry route where students would take classes in 3 of the 4 disciplines offered in semester 1 of first year. At the end of semester 1, students studying the H100 would choose which discipline they wish to study in having had an opportunity to study 3 of the 4 available.
Although the programme appears as BEng General Engineering on UCAS and in the University Prospectus, it is worth noting a student cannot graduate with this degree, it is only an entry route. The student would graduate in whichever degree programme they choose at the end of semester 1 of first year.
GBP 24,000 / year
GBP 10,000 / year