If you are an international student who wants to work at the cutting-edge of engineering and developing and designing the components and machinery used in manufacturing, construction and other industries, then an Engineering degree at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCC) is the course for you.
The Mechanical Engineering programme offers you real-world application of science, technology and maths where you'll take genuine problems proposed by the industry and apply your practical skills and technical knowledge to solve them, working with industry experts along the way. On completion of the course you'll be skilled in professional engineering practice and prepared to work as an effective, industry-ready engineer who is on track to become an Incorporated Engineer.
Learn more about studying engineering at Canterbury Christ Church below and begin your application to study in the UK by arranging a free consultation today.
Five Reasons to Study Mechanical Engineering at Canterbury Christ Church
1. World Class Degree
Choosing to study engineering at Canterbury Christ Church means making a vital contribution to a variety of industries by developing, implementing and maintaining engineering solutions.
Students will use the pioneering CDIO (Conceive, Design, Implement, Operate) approach developed by MIT to problem solve mechanical engineering issues, and you will also develop employability and job application skills to help you with placement opportunities that could open the door to your future career and/or prepare you for further studies such as an MEng course.
2. A Safe, Historic Student City
Canterbury is a UNESCO World Heritage site with thousands of years of history. The city is home to both the world-famous Canterbury Cathedral and a striking 12th century castle.
Canterbury has often been voted the UK’s safest university city, meaning that you are able to enjoy living and learning in a calm and safe environment that will quickly become a home-from-home.
3. Excellent Rankings and Employability
Ranked among the top 20 in the UK for qualified teaching staff (HESA 2017/18), the new HESA Graduate Outcomes Survey reports that CCC are among the top ten UK universities (out of 102 large multi-subject universities with more than 3,000 graduates) for graduates going into employment!
4. Post-Study Work Visa
The post-study work visa for international students allows you to stay in the UK for 2 years after graduating, meaning you can gain valuable engineering work experience and create an important network of future contacts along the way
5. Diverse Student Population
CCC attracts students from over 80 different countries creating a progressive and inclusive campus which is based on a World Heritage Site and in the heart of a truly cosmopolitan city, less than an hour away from London.
Study at Canterbury Christ Church
Begin your Canterbury Christ Church application by arranging a free consultation with SI-UK London today.