Welcome to Engineering Parents' Evening
Engineering has the power to change, evolve and improve. It can secure our digital futures, innovate in the use of pioneering health techniques and improve our chances in the fight against climate change, but the discipline needs you. Without students working across maths and science, blending a creative approach with academic knowledge, future problems will go unsolved. Hear from academics and Students about how we can start to improve the world we live in through engineering.Find out more about the Faculty of Engineering
|Welcome and Introduction Professor Chris Johnston, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences||6.30 pm|
|How to make the most of the event with Clare Coyle, Faculty Student Recruitment Officer||6.35 pm|
Subject drop in Q&A sessions
|From 6.40 pm|
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Study in the Faculty of Engineering
Read more about our undergraduate programmes on our dedicated subject pages and hear from course directors and lecturers on course content, learning and teaching, and career destinations.
In a world where sustainable energy, smart home technology, the Internet of Things and even self-driving cars are a reality, studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering offers students immeasurable potential opportunities.
Mechanical engineers use their skills and knowledge in maths and science to design and manufacture new technology that functions efficiently and reliably at an optimised cost.
Civil engineers provide the infrastructural support required to sustain life. This includes water and power, roads, railways schools, hospitals, flood protection and the developed city skyline.
Product Design Engineering
The main objective of this engineering degree is to produce graduates with a broad and balanced set of skills and attributes required for the design and manufacture of innovative technical products.
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Belfast: A Student City
How expensive is it and how do I get there?
Northern Ireland has the lowest cost of student living in the UK, so you’ll pay less for rent, travel and going out.
Guide to city life
"Queen’s University Belfast have advanced research methods and excellent facilities to develop an individual both professionally and academically. The best thing about being a student here is the number of opportunities that enable me to meet a vast range of individuals whom I will never get to meet in my home country." Kar Wen Lee, 3rd Year MPharm Student, Malaysia