Why study Engineering in Scotland?
Scotland has consistently triumphed in the field of engineering, producing mechanical creations that have had an impact on the wellbeing of our global society and the world’s economy.
- From Andrew Meikle who invented the threshing machine, to James Watt who transformed the steam train and Thomas Telford who changed the infrastructure of the UK, Scotland has historically been a hub of engineering excellence.
- Students at INTO University of Stirling can study at one of Scotland’s leading universities for engineering, including the University of Dundee, the University of Edinburgh, Abertay University of the University of the West of Scotland.
- Study your favourite area of engineering, such as civil, chemical, electrical and electronic or mechanical engineering.
- Dundee is home to a centrifuge – a device that separates liquids. It’s the only Scottish university to have this, and one of five in the UK!
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