Degree: BEng Engineering (Mechanical, Electronic and Control Engineering)
Present job: Field Engineer with Schlumberger, Indonesia
“I had wanted to study Engineering at Heriot- Watt for many years; however as a subject with so many diverse and exciting options, it was very difficult for me to decide on which route to take! Typically I would have made a sacrifice and chosen a particular interest to focus on, however the BEng Engineering allowed me the freedom to choose a number of different engineering topics that fitted in with both my career ambitions and my personal interests, which suited me perfectly.
“I studied Mathematics, Programming, Mechanical Engineering and Electronic Engineering to begin with, and concentrated on Electronic Engineering and Control Engineering in my final years with the help of an industrial scholarship.
“My lecturers were very friendly and gave me all the help I needed, and I graduated with an Honours degree in Robotics. I received a number of job offers but made the decision to continue my studies and took an MSc in Petroleum Engineering at Imperial College, London. I am now a Field Engineer with Schlumberger, and based in Jakarta, Indonesia.”
Each student is allocated to a Director of Studies, who assists in the design of an individualised programme. The major disciplines available are: Mathematics; Civil Engineering; Building Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Robotics and Cybertronics; Computer Science; Information Systems; and Physics.
Level 1 entry
Highers AABB or BBBBC
HNC Depending on area of interest, we accept a wide range of HNCs and HNDs for Level 1 entry. Please contact us for further details.
Int. Baccalaureate 29 points include Higher Level Mathematics and Physics
Scottish Baccalaureate pass CC in Adv. Higher Maths and Physics
Additional information Qualifications should include Mathematics and Physics (or Technological Studies). BEng Engineering is only available to Level 1 entrants.
Tuition fees by residency status
Scotland / EU**
England / Northern Ireland / Wales
Paid by SAAS
* Your residency 'status' is usually defined as the country where you have been ordinarily resident for the 3 years before the start of your programme. Find out more about tuition fees.
** European Union countries, not including England, Northern Ireland or Wales.
Expro Engineering Sponsorship Programme (EPS) Full-time second year students on the Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering or Electrical & Electronic Engineering degree programmes. Third and fourth year students may be considered but priority is given to second year students.