Want to hear what the uni experience is really like? Each term our IET student bloggers write up a diary entry of their experiences that semester.
Want to know what a fresher's social life is really like or how tough final year coursework can be?
How about what it's like to be an international or female student engineer? Read on for a glimpse into their lives.
Erin Nolan is currently in the second year of her electrical and mechanical MEng at the University of Edinburgh. Before starting her course she spent a year in industry at the Science Technology Facilities Council, and she’s also the inventor of a walking aid entitled the OneStep.
IET Diamond Jubilee Scholar Aurelia is an MEng engineering student at Cambridge University. Since starting her degree she's joined the Cambridge University Eco-Racing Team and become a member of Engineers Without Borders and the IET Diamond Jubilee Scholars’ Council.
IET Power Academy scholar Matthew is undertaking a five-year electronic and electrical engineering sandwich degree course at Queen's University Belfast. He’s now returned to his studies after undertaking a year in industry at Analog Devices.
Explore our archive of past student diary writers, who share their experiences of studying engineering or technology.