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Your UK course will give you the opportunity to: 
  • gain expertise in all stages of project development, including research, design and manufacture
  • apply engineering techniques to large-scale production
  • use computers as a design tool and to process data
  • become a member of an engineering institution.
Transferable skills gained:
  • technical skills
  • strong communicative skills
  • flexibility and adaptability
  • problem-solving skills
  • decision-making skills
  • team-working skills.
In the same area, you could:
  • work as a chemical engineer, civil engineer, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, offshore engineer, or structural engineer
  • work for companies as varied as an industrial firm, a contractor, a consultant, a local authority, central government, the Armed Services or a non-government organisation.
Related areas you can move into:
  • consultancy
  • teaching/lecturing
  • civil service
  • investment banking
  • technical writing
  • law.

For information and advice about graduate careers in the UK, go to the TARGETjobs website.



 
 
 
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