Engineering students at Crawley College showcased their high level of talent at their Higher National Engineering Project Exhibition. The annual event is the culmination of the College’s higher education course and is an opportunity for visitors to see how the students have found innovative ways of improving engineering performance in their given field of study.
Glenn Moore, Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, said that the exhibition is evidence of the huge “collaboration between the College and industry over many years and although it sounds like a cliché the projects just get better every year”.
This year, there were 34 individual and group projects exhibited covering a broad spectrum of aeronautical, electrical/electronic, manufacturing and mechanical engineering. Visiting Professor John Bishop from University of Portsmouth acted as one of the judges and presented certificates to the outstanding winners.
Zahid Khan, Programme Area Manager for Engineering, said “this event celebrates the high level of skill and knowledge being developed by students whilst studying at Crawley College”.
Crawley College is home to the Advanced Technology Centre, a specialised facility where engineers can gain their qualifications using cutting-edge resources developed in partnership with local employers. Qualified engineers are in great demand and jobs can attract high salaries and opportunities for travel in the UK and abroad.
For more information regarding Engineering courses, or any other course at Crawley College, please visit the Course Finder. It is not too late to apply to study in September 2018!