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Hey all, is anyone else thinking about applying to this course?
1) What draws you to Design Engineering specifically?
2) What other courses/unis are you applying to?
3) What did you get for your GCSEs?
4) What are you studying for A level/IB and what are your predicted?
5) What draws you to study at Imperial?
6) What supercurriculars do you do to strengthen your application?
7) Do you have any questions/ comments about the course?

Also, if anyone is currently studying it, please could you describe your experiences of the course! I'm very interested in the design aspect of it and am scared that the physics and maths will be too intense. Help would be very appreciated!!!

The official UCAS application thread for all unis and subjects can be found here.
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Hey all, is anyone else thinking about applying to this course?
What draws you to Design Engineering specifically?
What other courses are you applying for?
Also, if anyone is currently studying it, please could you describe your experiences of the course! I'm very interested in the design aspect of it and am scared that the physics and maths will be too intense. Help would be very appreciated!!!
Yep! I'm planning to apply.
I think the course looks really interesting and creative. I like the fact that it is mainly coursework assessed and so there's plenty of opportunity to apply the learning.
Also planning on applying to Cambridge (General Engineering) and a couple of Scottish Unis for EEE.

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Yep! I'm planning to apply.
I think the course looks really interesting and creative. I like the fact that it is mainly coursework assessed and so there's plenty of opportunity to apply the learning.
Also planning on applying to Cambridge (General Engineering) and a couple of Scottish Unis for EEE.

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Yes, I really like the fact that it's so practical!
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StrawberryDreams and Manooka: this is a subject-specific thread
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Hey all, is anyone else thinking about applying to this course?
1) What draws you to Design Engineering specifically?
2) What other courses/unis are you applying to?
3) What did you get for your GCSEs?
4) What are you studying for A level/IB and what are your predicted?
5) What draws you to study at Imperial?
6) What supercurriculars do you do/have you done to strengthen your application?
7) What hobbies/passions/interests do you have?
8) Do you have any questions/ comments about the course?

Also, if anyone is currently studying it, please could you describe your experiences of the course! I'm very interested in the design aspect of it and am scared that the physics and maths will be too intense. Help would be very appreciated!!!

The official UCAS application thread for all unis and subjects can be found here.
1) I really like the focus on the practicals, applications and design innovation in industry. Also hoping to work abroad for the placement!
2) Bristol, Bath, Loughbrough or Glasgow (product design) and UCL (Arts and Sciences)
3) 9999999998A*
4) IB HL Maths applied, Physics and Spanish, SL English literature, Philosophy and Computer Science with predicted 45 overall.
5) Renown for engineering, amazing facilities, beautiful location
6) Coding internship, EDT Headstart course, other STEM certificates
7) Making things, music, dance, photography, sewing
8) The design:engineering ratio? What kind of things do you study in Imperial's design?
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