I'm not going to waste any more time responding to you. I've pointed out where you were wrong and where someone should go to get the right answer. Some of us here have our MEng degrees and are (or are working towards) CEng. We know what we're talking about.(Original post by Terry Tibbs)
Could is not the same as does. Mate just go on linkedin, to get the jobs right out of uni that you need to become chartered you ain't gonna get with physics, the tiny fraction that manage it have to go through the drawn out process of proving you have the required skills to make up for not doing the MEng.
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- 31-08-2016 21:53
(Original post by Duncan2012)
- 31-08-2016 21:57
I'm not going to waste any more time responding to you. I've pointed out where you were wrong and where someone should go to get the right answer. Some of us here have our MEng degrees and are (or are working towards) CEng. We know what we're talking about.
- 01-09-2016 12:47
There are two universities that offer Engineering Physics
Loughborough and Heriot Watt.
I know zero about the course but they are good universities so maybe check out what they got.
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(Original post by Terry Tibbs)
- 02-09-2016 11:14
No you didn't. And you have your MEng, so you know that you as someone with an MEng has a simple route to being chartered, you don't have an MPhys.
Applicants who do not have exemplifying qualifications may demonstrate the required knowledge and understanding in other ways, but must clearly demonstrate they have achieved the same level of knowledge and understanding as those with exemplifying qualifications.
Ways to demonstrate this include:
• Taking further qualifications, in whole or in part, as specified by the institution to which they are applying
• Completing appropriate work-based or experiential learning
• Writing a technical report, based on their experience, and demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of engineering principles
• Until 2011, taking Engineering Council examinations.
Applicants should consult their licensed professional engineering institution for advice on the most appropriate option.
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