Meng mechanical engineering in Imperial college london
The Mechanical Engineering degrees emphasise the development of skills needed by the twenty-first century graduate engineer like imagination, creativity, intellectual agility and the ability to work in multidisciplinary teams. All of the Mechanical Engineering students cover the same core study programme for the first two years, which includes computing, mechanics, materials and mathematics. It focuses on the fundamental knowledge that is required by all mechanical engineers, and gives you a thorough understanding of a wide range of engineering disciplines. Your study reaches Master's level in your final year, with a wide selection of advanced optional modules available. A major individual project gives you the chance to put your project management skills to the test.
IELTS of 6.5, PTE of 62, TOEFL iBT of 92, Three A-level offer: A*A*A, Four A-level offer: A*AAA with A* in Mathematics, A*/A in Physics (A* is required if applying with three A-levels and A if applying with four relevant A-levels), A in one or two of the following: Biology, Chemistry, Computing, Design Technology, Economics, Electronics, Further Mathematics, Art and Design (4th A-level only), General Studies and Critical Thinking are not accepted, Practical endorsement, IB at 40 with 6 in Mathematics at higher level, 6 in Physics at higher level, ATAS
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