robert gordon

Engineers are in high demand around the world. Our technological society relies completely on engineering and the constant stream of new solutions that are developed by engineers.
An engineering degree is intellectually challenging and requires a good grasp of maths and physics; as a qualified engineer you will be expected to offer a wide range of skills and to be adaptable to the needs of your clients.

Entry requirements

SQA Higher: BBBC to include Maths, and Physics or Technological Studies at Grade B, or Advanced Higher BBC to include Maths and either Physics or Technological Studies, plus Standard Grade English if not held at Higher.
GCE A Level: BCC including Maths, and Physics or Engineering or Design and Technology, plus GCSE in English or English Language.
Irish Leaving Certificate Higher: B2B2B2C1 at Higher level to include Maths and Physics or Technological Studies at Grade B plus Ordinary Level English if not at Higher.
IB Diploma: 27 including Maths and Physics/Technological Studies at Higher Level Grade plus English..
Alternative Qualifications: Equivalent qualifications, e.g. SQA, BTEC, S/NVQs, overseas qualifications and Access programmes will be considered on an individual basis. Applications from students with non-standard qualifications or work experience are welcomed.

Course link: Engineering

Study options

4 Years Full time

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