Students studying a wide range of engineering and technology courses share their experiences.
Abby recently completed an MEng in electronics and computer systems at the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and was nominated as a finalist for the Wellingtonian of the Year awards for her presentation work.
Jeannette Heiligers, originally from the Netherlands but now living in Glasgow, has just completed her PhD at the University of Strathclyde, which focused on improving the way satellites monitor the polar regions.
Engineer and pianist, Lili uses music to bring creativity to her research. A proactive student, she has published papers and presented internationally, including at the IET’s Present around the World competition.
Gurpreet always found it interesting to learn how things work and the more he got involved in different engineering-related activities, the more it seemed like the right choice for further education.
Life as an engineering PhD student allows you to get to grips with a really interesting problem over a fairly long period of time, as well as providing the opportunity to get involved in other projects and gain experience.
Daisy had the opportunity to explore engineering at school and wants to make a difference to society. Her four-year MEng at the University of Cambridge stays general until she chooses a specialism in her third year.
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