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Getting Into Guides – Engineering

John Southworth (Principal, èAV London), James Barton (Director of Admissions, èAV London), 6th edition

Getting Into Engineering Courses gives you an honest view of what it’s like to study this increasingly popular subject at university, and explains what you can expect from a career in engineering. This brand new book includes detailed advice on choosing the right engineering course for you, as well as up-to-date information on related career options and topical engineering industry news.

With helpful guidance on the application procedure and completing your UCAS personal statement, as well as top tips on how to shine in your interview, Getting into Engineering Courses gives you invaluable guidance from start to finish ensuring you have the best chance of success in securing a place on the engineering course of your choice.

This essential university application guide is packed full of expert advice and insider tips from engineering students and admissions tutors, as well as guidance on getting work experience, types of engineering courses available (from Aeronautical Engineering and Civil Engineering to Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering), qualifications (including the CEng and IEng), training and job opportunities, meaning Getting into Engineering Courses gives you a head–start in one of the most competitive application processes in the UK.

Getting into Engineering Courses also contains a look towards your career and the different jobs in engineering which are available as well as key issues currently affecting the engineering sector – ensuring you are fully prepared to convey your dedication and passion for the subject to admissions tutors and win your place on an engineering degree course.


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