In addition, you will be involved in workshops and will produce various forms of creative work. You will contribute to group presentations and demonstrations for the assessment of group project work. Practical project work will be carried out in groups and individually in purpose-built thinking, prototyping and fabrication laboratories.
Take a look at some of the modules you may have the opportunity to study below. The structure of the first two years are common between the BEng and MEng and provide you with engineering and electrical science core skills, combined with computer systems and programming modules. The application of engineering and electrical science shared with the solution of industrial problems is a strong theme throughout the courses.
The aim of the module is to provide the students with an understanding of advanced considerations related to control engineering and control implementation via computers. The aim of the module is to enable students to understand the financial, legal and quality management principles that apply to the operational management of engineering organisations. Provide students with basic project delivery and management skills in order to develop an engineered solution in a team-based environment. The University endeavours to deliver courses and programmes of study in accordance with the description set out in this prospectus.
Diversity, education & workforce development
From time to time, we make changes to our courses to improve the student and learning experience, and this is particularly the case as we continue to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic. If we make a significant change to your chosen course, we’ll let you know as soon as we can. The Mexican National Bank provides special loans for students who wish to undertake a programme of postgraduate study. The University of Glasgow in partnership with Bank abandonkeep.com of Mexico FIDERH is offering a fee discount to holders of a Bank of Mexico FIDERH loan. The University of Glasgow awards Postgraduate Talent Scholarships each academic year to support students who could face financial difficulties in taking up their place to study at the University. The value of each scholarship is £2,000 and they are for students undertaking a one or two year Taught Masters programme, in any of the University’s Colleges.
- Further develop skills in electronics, programming and mechanical design and construction.
- You will learn how to use mathematical and computer-based models to solve electronic engineering problems and how to apply quantitative methods in C++.
- If you require advice on how you may academically prepare to study this degree or present with a mix of qualifications, you should contact our Admissions Progression Team at admissions-
- The profiles of many academic staff can be found on the University’s departmental websites and give a detailed insight into the range of staffing and expertise.
- These transferable skills can be applied in many sectors across the breadth of engineering and beyond.
There are over 50,000 Chevening Alumni around the world who together comprise an influential and highly regarded global network. Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships is a programme of scholarships offered by the Scottish Government in collaboration with Scottish universities. Our chosen scholars are people who aspire to become influential leaders in their future careers. They have wide ranging interests outside their studies and a desire to broaden their personal and academic experience in Scotland. Saltire Scholars will also have the opportunity to take part in a programme of activities over and above their studies, including dialogue with the academic and business community in Scotland.
T level Typical offer
Level 3 Diploma achieved with Merit including three Level 3 subjects with 14 credits at Excellence including Mathematics and one other science or technology subject. An average of 80% across four subjects with 85% in Mathematics and 80% in one other science or technology subject. Your subjects grades will be taken as an average of your school results and external exams where relevant.
This module explores protection mechanisms appropriate to various information technology systems and architectures. Mechanisms and cryptographic protocols that help to provide confidentiality and integrity of data together with authentication and authorisation are explored in detail. The principles and fundamentals of system-level security are considered together with a contextual overview of the law and regulations relating to the use of security mechanisms. The practical application of these mechanisms in typical IT systems and architectures are incorporated. We are aware that access to SAT/ACT exams has been limited over the past two years, and that many students have not taken these tests. Taking this into consideration, we will consider relevant performance in Maths and English via the Advanced Placement qualification to replace the SAT/ACT requirement.
This course offers a variety of modules that provides a good balance between theoretical and practical knowledge
You will typically be expected to have completed five Scottish Highers and your grades in these will be considered as part of your application. Most of our students will join us with three principal subjects, but you may have study beyond this which demonstrates your individual talents that will help you with your degree. Most of our students will join us with three A levels, but you may have study beyond this which demonstrates your individual talents that will help you with your degree.