This programme is a general engineering degree course that bridges many disciplines of engineering, including mechanical, electrical and electronic, civil, environmental, and product design. It will develop your ability to create and contribute solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing the 21st Century. You will be empowered to use the engineering knowledge you learn to create innovative solutions to real-world projects identified by industry. The TEDI-London curriculum takes an interdisciplinary approach to engineering. This means that it includes all the elements of professional engineering as well as digital, design, and business skills, and is ideal if you’re interested in all aspects of engineering and don’t want to decide on a specific discipline. You will learn ‘hands-on’ from day one, on projects that are real-life challenges co-designed and delivered with employers. The mixture of individual and group projects will allow you to develop teamwork, problem solving, project management and leadership skills and give you the opportunity to study areas that interest you. To support your projects, you will be able to access theoretical modules and content via our Learning Tree - a digitally enhanced learning platform. The skills and knowledge you will gain are equally applicable to systems, products and processes across engineering and by studying with us, you will develop an enterprising and entrepreneurial mind-set. We aim:
- To provide you with the knowledge, skills, experience, and understanding which underpin a professional career in engineering
- To provide opportunities for you to develop appropriate design, project management and engineering skills
- To train you with design engineering skills and enable you to use them to develop and implement problem-solving strategies to a wide range of problems
- To provide insight into engineering practice and commercial aspects of engineering
- To produce resourceful, competent, confident clear-thinking professional engineers equipped to work the engineering industry
- To meet the requirements for accreditation of the programme by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Engineering Designers (IED).
Modules you will study throughout the course: Year one ENG1101 Introduction to Engineering Design ENG1102 Applied Engineering for Design ENG1201 Designing for Smart Cities 1 ENG1202 Modelling and Simulation in Engineering Design ENG1301 Prototyping ENG1302 Applied Professional Skills and Portfolio Year two ENG2101 Design for Manufacture ENG2102 Designing for Smart Cities 2 ENG2201 User-Centred Product Design ENG2202 Ecological Design ENG2301 The Living Lab ENG2302 Advanced Professional Skills and Portfolio Year three ENG3101 Design for Advanced Manufacturing ENG3102 Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Design ENG3301 Global Design Engineering Individual Project ENG3302 Professional and Personal Portfolio
Assessment will be through unseen written examinations, project reports, presentations and portfolios.
Qualified teacher status (QTS)
To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:
- Course does not award QTS
How to apply
You can no longer submit a new application for courses starting in 2021.
If you already have a 2021 application and are in Clearing, you can add this course as a Clearing choice in Track – contact the university or college first to check they have places.
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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- TEDI-London Campus
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
We have recently been granted the Tier 2 employment sponsorship licence and are currently working with UK Visas and Immigration to secure our Student Visa study sponsorship licence. Once we have our Student Visa licence we will provide information for international applicants here. We aim for our first cohort (2021) to be open to international students. Contact [email protected] for more information.
TEDI-London seeks to attract students with the appropriate Attitude, Aptitude and Ability. Therefore, we do not make offers based solely on high-school leaving qualifications. We will make decisions based on detailed evidence of Attitude, Aptitude and Ability garnered during our assessment process. The following criteria is intended as a guide to help you gauge if TEDI-London is for you: – A minimum of level 6 at GCSE Maths (Grade B for students sitting GCSEs before 2018) – A minimum of level 5 at GCSE English – If studying A Levels, IB, BTEC (or any post 16 education) on track for 120 UCAS points or equivalent – To forgo our numeracy test (see below) A Level (or equivalent) Maths Grade C or higher Applicants may come from a wide range of educational backgrounds including; A-levels, IB Diploma or Career-related Programme, BTEC, and T-Levels. TEDI-London also welcomes applications from those in employment looking to up-skill or cross-train into the engineering and design field. We particularly welcome applications from mature applicants and those from groups not traditionally represented on university programmes and/or in engineering. Applicants are advised that studying engineering does require aptitude in maths, however a Maths A Level or equivalent is not a pre-requisite to applying to TEDI-London. If you are not studying Maths at a higher level we can test your numerical capability through our assessment process.
Please click the following link to find out more about qualification requirements for this course
Additional entry requirements
We will make decisions based on detailed evidence of Attitude, Aptitude and Ability garnered during our assessment process. We consider every application individually, as we know that every student has individual background and experience. Not every applicant will need to complete every stage of this process – the right assessment pathway for an applicant is individual and tailored to their experience and background. This is an indicative timeline of our assessment process 1. Application screening – checking candidate meets the minimum entry requirements (educational, employment or other) 2. Numeracy and/or Literacy Test as required 3. Assessment and Interview Stage • Applicant invited to attend further assessment and interview, issued a challenge or a topic that they will be asked to present on for 5-10 minutes • Applicant presents their work, selection panel will ask students follow-up questions about this piece of work • Applicant will then be interviewed as part of the same session All applicant assessments will be conducted online until further notice. For more information about please visit https://tedi-london.ac.uk/ or email [email protected]
Institutions Own Test (IOT)
If you are not studying Maths at a higher level we can test your numerical capability through our assessment process. Applicants who are studying Maths A Level (or equivalent) will not be required to pass an online numeracy test.
English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||6.5||We require 6.5 overall within a minimum score of 6.0 in each component.|
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9000||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9000||Year 1|