Student diaries - Matthew Nethercote

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.

Matthew Nethercote at Rolls-Royce Plc  

Spring 2014 diary entry

Matthew’s passion for sport is keeping him busy, but he’s still got time to work hard on his studies and his volunteer work on the IET Young Professionals committee.


Winter 2013 diary entry

Now back at university Matthew’s keeping busy with exams, mentoring, chairing the local IET Young Professionals committee and of course making time for his beloved sport!


Summer/Autumn 2013 diary entry

Three jobs and four cities: Matthew’s had a crazy twelve months! Here he talks about how much he’s loved his industrial placements and how he’s preparing for his return to studies…


Spring 2013 diary entry

Matthew’s really settled into his placement at Analog Devices and is learning a lot. He’s loving life in Limerick and also enjoying the freedom of not having coursework to do during his evenings and weekends!


Autumn 2012 diary entry

Matthew runs through his university experience to date, what life is like as an IET Power Academy scholar, his first placement with sponsor company Rolls-Royce and starting his year in industry.


 

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