Engineering is a wide area, covering such fields as civil, mechanics, electronics, and computer technology. This course offers you the option of studying engineering in a general way for a year before going on to specialize in your chosen field in year two. It has been designed to help you make your choice about what professional engineering qualification you wish to study for by giving you a year to study the basic concepts and fundamentals of engineering. Therefore, it will help you to make an informed choice about what you wish to specialize in by enabling you to find out where your aptitude and interests lie. Undenominationated Engineering will always stand for students as a foundation course. Upon successful completion of their first-year exams, they will be able to transfer to the second year of one of the programs: Civil EngineeringElectrical and Electronic Engineering. Mechanical EngineeringElectronic and computer engineering. Biomedical EngineeringComputer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Energy Systems Engineering. project and construction management.
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High School Diploma with a minimum GPA of 3.75/4 Unweighted. Minimum SAT of 1380 (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 700, Math 670) or an ACT of 29 to gain entry. If available, Advanced Placement Tests - Grade 3 or above in at least two tests (preferably three tests). Students will also need to submit a personal statement and two references to support their application.
Both EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA citizens have to pay a student contribution fee of maximum €3,000 year for student services. Eligibility for Free Fees Initiative is available for EU students.Students may apply to SUSI for a grant towards their student contribution or tuition fees. Additional requirements: Mathematics.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1.
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- On Campus Learning