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Where can I study mechanical engineering with AAC
Original post by GillMitchell
Where can I study mechanical engineering with AAC

Loads of places. For example:

Aston University
De Montfort University
University of Portsmouth

(Assuming the A level subjects are appropriate, of course.)
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Which A level subjects for each grade? Are these achieved grades or predicted?
Original post by GillMitchell
Where can I study mechanical engineering with AAC
Hi there @GillMitchell - I hope you're well!

Thought I'd just pop into this thread briefly :biggrin:

Our Mechanical Engineering BEng/MEng (Hons) (as our programme has the opportunity for an integrated master's year) lists the following in regards to A-Level Entry Criteria:
A typical offer is 112 UCAS points (for both BEng and MEng) from at least two A-levels including Mathematics or Physics at grade C or above

However, it's best to have a thorough look around at Universities to see which ones offer a programme you gravitate towards, as well as courses you fulfil the entry criteria for, and other factors such as location, student life, and support.:rolleyes:
Every University differs, either slightly or in some cases more dramatically, so I'd advise to 'shop around' almost - find the right fit for your predicted/achieved grades/subjects and for you as a person! :u:

I hope this helps!

-Rose:rose:, De Montfort University Rep.

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