Introduction to Engineering

Engineering is an incredibly wide range of specialisms and you’ll find engineers working in every sector from healthcare to international business.

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Aeronautical Engineering Degree Courses

Aeronautical Engineering is the branch of engineering specifically concerned with the science of flight and the construction of both air- and spacecraft.

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Study Aeronautical Engineering

Having a degree in Aeronautical Engineering can lead to an exciting career in many areas and you won’t be sort of options or opportunities once you’ve graduated. This branch of engineering deals with research, design, development, construction, testing, science, and technology of aircrafts.

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Construction Degree Courses

Construction and building degrees usually have a vocational element, and are suitable for those with the ability to problem solve, manage projects, take initiative, research and make strategic decisions.

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Build a Brighter Future with a Career in Construction

The construction industry employs 2.17 m people in the UK. Construction professionals shape our world and make a vital contribution to the British economy accounting for 8% of Gross Domestic Product.  Construction has become a global industry providing opportunities to work and travel overseas. 

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Disaster Management Degree Courses

Who doesn't want to feel like they are making a real different through their work? For those building a career in Disaster Management they can sure that they are making a huge impact of countries, societies and individual lives every single day.

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Civil Engineering Degree Courses

Civil engineering encompasses design, development and construction of a wide variety of projects in the built and natural environment. If you are interested in building solid, large scale structures from bridges and airports to multiplexes such as the Millennium Dome, then a degree in Civil Engineering is ideal.

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Why Study Engineering?

Engineering offers you a very exciting and creative future. Here are a few reasons why you should consider it.

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Accreditations to Look for When Applying for Engineering Degrees

Engineering is an incredibly broad field and although many universities offer a general Engineering course, it’s worth thinking about your future career plans and considering studying a more specialised course.

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Careers in Engineering with SSTG

A career as a Marine Engineer or Electro Technical Officer can open up possibilities for you that no other industry can. The biggest engines in the world are all onboard, with ships engines now exceeding 25,480Ltr pumping out 80,080 kW from a 2-stroke diesel that’s as tall as a four-storey building! 

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