Undergraduate Stories

Chris York:Christopher York  MEng Mechanical Engineering with Year in Industry

"I chose mechanical engineering because it is a broad subject which would enable me to learn about lots of different areas of the industry before I decide to specialise in a particular field. In my second year I transferred into the masters programme with a year in industry".

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Ian Simpson

Ian Simpson: MEng Mechanical Engineering with a Year in Industry

"Engineering gave me the opportunity to understand a wide range of topics which I could apply myself too allowing me more time to know what I wanted to specialise in".

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John Clarke: BEng Mechanical Engineering

"At Liverpool I have developed many interpersonal skills as well as technical skills. Report writing, engineering and mathematical tools as well as leadership and communication during group-based modules".

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Joseph Lee: MEng Mechanical Engineering

"Engineering  and mechanical suited me best, it's also pretty broad so doesn't set your career path too early "

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Sheng Lan BellSheng Lan Bell: MEng Aerospace Engineering with a Year in Industry

"I chose engineering because even if I decided not to do engineering, the skills I learn are very transferable, which gives me wider variety of job prospects".

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Thomas KellyThomas Kelly: MEng Mechanical Engineering with a Year in Industry

"I chose to study Engineering at UoL because of the hands on, practical approach to engineering and learning. I felt that this would equip me well for the engineering world of work".

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William Hewetson BrownWilliam Hewetson Brown: MEng Mechanical Engineering

"Mechanical engineering appealed most to me because of my background work experience with machinery".

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