Tuesday 24 November 2020 2-6pm
Our Postgraduate Open Day event is taking place using Unibuddy, which you can access via the button below. On this page, we’ve also provided some information on the chat rooms and live video streaming sessions taking place.Enter the Faculty of Engineering 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. Enter the event to join in!
|2.30pm - 3.00pm||Postgraduate Taught Opportunities in Engineering|
|3.15pm - 3.45pm||Postgraduate Research Opportunities in Engineering|
Live chat rooms
Our live chat sessions are available throughout the day and include:
- Department of Architecture
- Department of Biomedical Engineering
- Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Department of Chemical & Process Engineering
- Department of Design, Manufacturing & Engineering Management
- Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
- Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
- Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering
- Postgraduate Research Opportunities in Engineering
About the Faculty of Engineering
We provide high-quality advanced training, with an unrivalled portfolio of more than 70 innovative, industrially focused postgraduate taught courses, and leading research programmes. We are one of the largest, best equipped engineering faculties in the UK and the largest in Scotland. Multimillion-pound investment in our facilities gives students access to state-of-the-art equipment and workspace in which to study.
Our close connections with industry ensure that our degrees remain relevant to the needs of employers and provide students with opportunities to work in cross-disciplinary teams, solving real engineering problems. Through our collaborative links with overseas partners, we have a growing international community of students, researchers and staff from around 100 countries.Back to main Open Day page
Subsea & Pipeline Engineering
The University really encourages every student to get involved outside their studies. Last semester I joined the rugby team, which helped give me something outside of my studies to focus on.
To any students out there who are thinking about coming to Strathclyde for their masters, I would say do not hesitate. The University helps you out on each step, from your application to your funding and then when you are finally here. It would be a great decision that you could make for yourself.
Advanced Mechanical Engineering
The university’s student union hosts plenty of clubs and societies for every sport and hobby that exists and it's extremely easy to find something I love. The transition in the architecture of the campus from old to modern reminds us of the advancements that we’ve had and the privilege that we are bestowed with.