Why study engineering?
Engineering is one of the most popular and potentially profitable college degrees. Engineers are involved in all facets of technology, including electronics, medicine, transportation, energy, new materials — anything you can imagine. If you're looking for reasons to study it, here you go!
Engineers address real-world problems. They fix things that are broken, improve those that work and come up with new inventions. Engineers help move the world toward a brighter future by solving problems with pollution, finding ways to harness new energy sources, producing new medicines, and building new structures.
Which elective subjects
In order to be accepted on an Engineering undergraduate course you should choose the following to elective subjects in the second part of your International Foundation Diploma course:
By studying on the International Foundation Diploma programme you can benefit from NCC Education’s extensive network of partner universities. The IFD qualification taught at Find Education is recognised by over 70 Universities worldwide. Choosing the right university is always a challenge, we have selected a few UK universities for you to consider.
Click here to see the full progression booklet including the list of all universities that recognise the International Foundation Diploma and their individual entry requirements.
Based on a world heritage site by the bank of the Thames, the University of Greenwich has two campuses in London and Kent hosting around 20,000 students from over 100 countries.
The University of Greenwich has won three Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education and is continuing to expand its campuses and facilities with a further £150million of improvements currently under way.