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New Engineering Resources – Getting Started with a Career in Electrical Engineering

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After last weeks dive into 'the best Mechanical Engineering Degrees in the UK ', this week we are looking at how you can get started with a Career In Electrical Engineering . Electrical technology is now so ubiquitous we take it for granted but without this field...

New Engineering Resources – 2022 Guide to the best Mechanical Engineering degrees in the UK

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We have already done a deep dive into 'What is Mechanical Engineering', this week we are looking at the best places to study for a Mechanical Engineering degree in the UK. While many Mechanical Engineers love the hands of experience of a vocational qualification most mechanical engineers will...

New Engineering Resources – An introduction to Civil Engineering

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Civil Engineering is the cornerstone of what most people think of when they think 'Engineer' but what is it and how does it compare to other fields. In the latest on of our series exploring different engineering career paths we take a deep dive into what Civil Engineering...

New Engineering Resources – Mechanical Engineering Careers

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We know there is a lot of demand for engineers and STEM graduates in the UK job market, and that many engineering degrees, apprentices, and jobs are highly competitive but the question of what Engineering Degree is a good fit is often overlooked. There are so many ways...

New Engineering Resources – Extracurricular Activities For Aspiring Engineers

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Whilst there is a lot of demand for engineers and STEM graduates in the UK job market, that doesn’t change the fact that many engineering degrees, apprentices and jobs are highly competitive. In our latest Engineering Resource, we look at how you can set yourself apart from the...

Chemical engineering undergraduate intake doubles in five years

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The latest statistics published by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS), UK, show the number of students starting chemical engineering courses has nearly doubled over the past five years. UCAS’s ‘end of cycle statistics’ for 2014 reported 3,575 undergraduates (2,790 in 2013) started a chemical engineering course...