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Greetings, applicants.
This is your thread for chatting, finding people doing this course, discussing things and asking (and perhaps answering) questions during the applications process for 2020 entry. This includes combination courses like EEE or EIE.
For the applicants threads for specific unis, follow this link>>

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Hey guys!
Universities applied to: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Heriot-Watt, Aberdeen and Strathclyde
Achieved/Predicted A-level/IB/Higher grades: n/a, but I have taken the SAT(1450) and some SAT Subject Tests(800 in Maths 2, 730 in Maths 1 and 740 in Physics) so I could hopefully make my offer unconditional.
Any extra-curricular stuff you want to mention: robotics competitions and repairing stuff :P
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Name: John Michele
Location: London
Course: Engineering (unsure what specific course...help would be helpful)
Predicted grades: Level 3 extended diploma in Engineering predicted grade MMM
Also applying at: Bristol, Portsmouth, Lincoln, Nottingham Trent
Application Status: haven't started

Any extra-curricular stuff you want to mention: robotics, electronics, car repair
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(Original post by John Michele)
Name: John Michele
Location: London
Course: Engineering (unsure what specific course...help would be helpful)
Predicted grades: Level 3 extended diploma in Engineering predicted grade MMM
Also applying at: Bristol, Portsmouth, Lincoln, Nottingham Trent
Application Status: haven't started

Any extra-curricular stuff you want to mention: robotics, electronics, car repair
Have you looked into mechatronic engineering at all? Might be up your street
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Have you looked into mechatronic engineering at all? Might be up your street
Will look into it. What University would do that course?
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(Original post by John Michele)
Will look into it. What University would do that course?
Search "mechatronic engineering" on university.which.co.uk. At a glance there's Manchester, Southampton, Birmingham and Lancaster that do it plus some more doing similar e.g. robotics engineering
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(Original post by Sinnoh)
Search "mechatronic engineering" on university.which.co.uk. At a glance there's Manchester, Southampton, Birmingham and Lancaster that do it plus some more doing similar e.g. robotics engineering
thank you
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Got an offer from Aberdeen in this subject and I'm kinda excited. This might as well be the uni I'm going to depending on the replies I get from Glasgow and Strathclyde. Any opinions on Aberdeen?
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Did anyone get an applicant day for Southampton?
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I'm going to do Automation and Control BEng degree at Newcastle University. I have a place there as I have defered my entry in 2019. I am an international student
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Transferring onto this course from a different course in Cardiff , if someone would like to make a group chat or if there is one just let me know.
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