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Hi,
I want to know about university grading system so can anyone help me. I will be studying aerospace engineering at Brunel university in September.
Does the credits only depends on exams or does it depends on coursework, tutorial, labs and other stuff.
I don’t know how to do programming so will it affect me at the university.
Please answer ASAP
Original post by taroobk
Hi,
I want to know about university grading system so can anyone help me. I will be studying aerospace engineering at Brunel university in September.
Does the credits only depends on exams or does it depends on coursework, tutorial, labs and other stuff.
I don’t know how to do programming so will it affect me at the university.
Please answer ASAP

Here: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/quality-assurance/documents/programme-specifications/BEng-Aerospace-Engineering.pdf
See the modules. I am starting uni in september, so I cannot answer your other questions
(edited 9 months ago)
Credits can be earned via exam, coursework or other forms such as lab reports/presentation.

Not knowing programming wont be an issue in aerospace engineering - in first year you’ll learn matlab & most engineering analysis using custom CAE software which you’ll be introduced into as you go. Programming from an engineering perspective is a nice skill that is more valued when you go for jobs or PhD then at undergraduate level.
Reply 3
Original post by BankaiGintoki
Here: https://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/quality-assurance/documents/programme-specifications/BEng-Aerospace-Engineering.pdf
See the modules. I am starting uni in september, so I cannot answer your other questions

Thank you so, it was so helpful.
Good luck . Btw which course are you studying.
Original post by taroobk
Thank you so, it was so helpful.
Good luck . Btw which course are you studying.

This one: https://digital.ucas.com/coursedisplay/courses/0c69664d-e0d1-3ac5-4397-a19fe24c4f10?SearchText=
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Original post by mnot
Credits can be earned via exam, coursework or other forms such as lab reports/presentation.

Not knowing programming wont be an issue in aerospace engineering - in first year you’ll learn matlab & most engineering analysis using custom CAE software which you’ll be introduced into as you go. Programming from an engineering perspective is a nice skill that is more valued when you go for jobs or PhD then at undergraduate level.


Ok thank you.

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