Thursday 28 October
Our Undergraduate Open Day event is taking place using Unibuddy. You'll need to register for a Unibuddy account to access the events. On this page, we’ve also provided some information on the chat rooms and live video streaming sessions taking place.Enter our Open Day
Live streaming sessions
We’re running a selection of live video sessions giving you the opportunity to hear from our dedicated team. Below is the timetable for your reference.
|3.10pm – 3.20pm||Civil & Environmental Engineering|
|3.25pm – 3.35pm||Prosthetics & Orthotics|
|3.40pm – 3.50pm||Architecture|
|3.55pm – 4.05pm||Biomedical Engineering|
|4.10pm – 4.20pm||Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering|
|4.25pm – 4.35pm||Chemical & Process Engineering|
|4.40pm – 4.50pm||Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management|
|4.55pm – 5.05pm||Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering|
|5.10pm – 5.20pm||Engineering Academy|
|5.25pm – 5.35pm||Electronic & Electrical Engineering|
|5.40pm - 5.50pm||
Free engineering preparation courses
Live chat rooms
Our live chat sessions are available throughout the day and include:
- Faculty of Engineering Admissions Team
- Civil & Environmental Eng
- Electronic & Electrical Engineering
- Prosthetics & Orthotics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering
- Chemical and Process Engineering
- Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management
- Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- Engineering Academy
About the Faculty of Engineering
We're Scotland’s largest engineering faculty, with over 4,500 undergraduate students from across the globe choosing to study with us each year.
With more than 40 courses across our eight departments, our flexible approach to study allows you to take classes from across the University, equipping you with the potential and skills to reach the highest levels in industry.
Our close connections with industry ensure our degrees remain relevant to employers and that students have the opportunity to work on projects assigned by companies addressing real industrial challenges.
Equipped with industry-relevant skills, our graduates are in demand worldwide from employers. Companies specifically target Strathclyde meaning many of our students secure jobs prior to graduation. If you're serious about a career in engineering, the University of Strathclyde is the place to be.Back to main Open Day page
The Faculty of Engineering at Strathclyde is the biggest faculty in Scotland and one of the biggest in the UK, and we have all discipline areas of engineering.
Find out more about our departments
Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Overall, my experience at Strathclyde has been fantastic, the lecturers are helpful and approachable and we have access to great facilities, both for helping with our course and extra-curricular.
Product Design Engineering
The facilities are second to none, staff are truly there to support your development and the classes are engaging and hands on. There is a real sense of close community and students in different years offer support and guidance to one another.
[Favourite thing about Strathclyde] Except from all the friends I have made here, I very much like that there are so many club and societies, something for everyone. I have tried a few different ones over the years; such as the International Culinary Society, Cheerleading, International Society and Nordic Society, and Women in Engineering.
One of the good things about coming to Strathclyde is that when you go on your work experience it is already so familiar. Even in the first week of working in practice there are no surprises because you already learnt the design stages. The course sets you up for the work experience.
The best thing about Strathclyde is how world class their research and facilities are. Your lecturers are all experts in their fields, but are also supportive and accessible if you need extra help or want to learn more. The university is very innovative and there are so many clubs and societies too.
Postgraduate research students, Chris and Cuebong, take you on a tour of the Faculty of Engineering.