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P1010130Dr Emma Carter of the University of Sheffield was one of the two winners of the EPC's 2014 Engaging in Engineering public engagement grant awards.  The latest of her series of films, developed as a resource for schoolchildren, their teachers and advisers, talks about "Designing your own racing car..."

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2014/15 undergraduate applications to engineering up 10.4%

14-07 applications position as at June 2014The UCAS data released on 11 July, 2014 shows the number of undergraduate applications to UK universities for 2014/15 entry received by the June deadline were up 4.1% compared with the same point in 2013/14.  Applications received from now on will be dealt with in the clearing system.  But it’s even better news for engineering with applications up 10.4% – one of the three biggest percentage increases (after Technologies at 12.8% and Computer Science at 12.1%) – compared with 2013/14 and 17.1% compared with 2012/13.  Applications from UK and EU students were particularly strong.

The proportion of engineering applications as a percentage of all applications is on the increase too.  In 2010/11, engineering accounted for 5% of all applications – for 2014/15 it’s 5.7%.

EPC members can click on the chart to view the underlying data – analysed for UK, EU and non EU applicants.  Non members may read the UCAS briefing at this link.

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