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Engineering mature students' masterclass
This masterclass was designed for prospective mature
students who are interested in studying Engineering at university.
Engineering is the application of science to the solution of complex
problems. The diversity of approaches used is unique, spanning
qualitative, design-oriented methods and quantitative methods in common
with hard sciences.
This diversity is also mirrored in the paths of professional formation, and also in the distinct cultural approaches to engineering in countries like Japan and the United States. This masterclass attempted to give a flavour of this broad diversity, especially in view of the broad range of experiences of mature students.
For details of UCL's entry requirements for Engineering, please search for the particular degree you are interested in at www.ucl.ac.uk/prospectus.
Date for your diary
Please note that this session has now passed.
Location: UCL, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT