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Work Experience and Career Prospects for Engineering Students In The UK

Work Experience and Career Prospects for Engineering Students In The UK

An ultimate guide for international students to different career paths in engineering and an introduction of Bradford Faculty of Engineering and Informatics.


Live Lesson Information

  • 30/09/2020
  • 400+ Attendees
  • 08:00 - 08:59 (GMT -4)
  • Free
  • English
Alastair W.
Associate Dean External Relations, Faculty of Engineering & Informatics
Professor Alastair works as Associate Dean External Relations for Faculty of Engineering and Informatics and lectures across all engineering disciplines and stages in which engineering mathematics is required. He leads internationalisation activity within the Faculty (partnerships, taught programmes, recruitment, etc.) and manages student exchange programmes for the School of Engineering.

About this live lesson

Professor Alastair will illustrate some of what is required to lead a successful career in engineering in the UK and what you should consider to choose the right course and university.
He will be presenting a variety of industry-informed courses available at the University of Bradford and how the university has helped many overseas students gain fantastic work experience and jobs in the UK and internationally.

Key content

About the University of Bradford:

  • No.4 in the UK for Chemical Engineering (The Guardian University Guide 2020)
  • No.10 in the UK for Medical Technology (The Complete University Guide 2020)
  • Work experience is ranked 2nd in the UK (International Students Barometer 2019)
  • Career Services is ranked 3rd in the UK (International Students Barometer 2019)

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