AAA including maths and physics. Both Maths and physics A level are preferred, however, strong applications with maths or physics will be considered Mathematics and Physics.
Mathematics and Physics.
38 IB Diploma overall including 6 points each from Mathematics and Physics at Higher Level
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Year 1: Engineering mathematics and systems modelling; mechanics, structures and thermodynamics; circuits, devices and power systems; design for function; introduction to engineering business management. Optional modules: Biomedical engineering; multimedia technology; technology in international development; the aesthetics of design. Year 2: Energy conversion and power systems; design and manufacture; engineering mathematics and technical computing; mechanics and thermofluids; technical operations management; optional: computer systems; forensic engineering; introduction to secondary school teaching; modern foreign languages; vehicle technology. Year 3: Civil engineering materials and structural analysis; concrete structures; steel structures; geotechnical engineering; water engineering for civil engineers; individual project. Year 4: Construction management and temporary works; group project. Optional modules: Advanced fluid dynamics; advanced structural engineering; African field course; computational fluid dynamics; construction processes and temporary works; design for sustainability; energy conservation; environmental geotechnics; finite element methods; fluid mechanics for civil and environmental engineering; global water and sanitation technologies; river mixing; quality systems; simulation of operations; supply chain management.
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