b'Jamie Brown, BEng Aircraft EngineeringJamieentered3rdyearoftheBEng degree at UWS having first completed an HNC and then HND in Aircraft Engineering atAyrshireCollege.Duringhis4thyear Jamieappliedforasummerinternship with Woodward, in Prestwick. Five years on, Jamie is still with Woodward and is now a Mechanical Engineer.Jamie said: It took me a few years to work UWS came top in Scotland forout what I wanted to do in life, but as soon as I settled on aerospace, I knew it was the teaching quality in Aeronautical andright industry for me. I really enjoyed my Manufacturing Engineering in Thetime at UWS and the Aircraft Engineering Times Good University Guide 2020,course equipped me with the skills I needed forstartingmycareerinaerospace. and has over 100 years experienceIt was a good mix of practical laboratories, in training engineers. We continuedemonstrations and theory, and there was to change peoples lives offeringplenty of support from lecturers.vocationally-relevant courses whichAfterbeingunsurewhattodoinitially on leaving Marr College, its great to be at are designed around industry needs.this stage where Ive got my degree and am now following an exciting career path.Our Aircraft Engineering courseOur MEng (Hons) / BEng (Hons) Aircraft EngineeringAIRCRAFT degree, which is delivered at our Paisley Campus, will equip you with the skills and training in demandENGINEERING by the aerospace sector.DesignedinpartnershipwithaerospaceAT UWS industryemployers,thiscourseincludesvisits toorganisationssuchasSpiritAeroSystems,Heres what you need to get in to study British Airways and Woodward. A number of finalAircraft Engineering at UWS:year projects are also undertaken in collaboration with industry. The BEng (Hons) course is accredited bytheInstitutionofMechanicalEngineersMEng (Hons)(IMechE) under license from the UK regulator, the Engineering Council. Aircraft EngineeringHighers: ABBB (114 UCAS Tariff Our Graduates points), including Maths & Physics, Graduates of our Aircraft Engineering course are inplus SQA National 5 Englishdemand by aerospace companies locally, nationally andinternationally,allowingthemtotakeonrolesBEng (Hons) indesign,manufactureormaintenance.Career opportunities include junior management and aircraftAircraft Engineeringtechnician roles, as well as structural aircraft design and maintenance.Highers: BBBC (102 UCAS Tariff The degree has been specially designed to meet thepoints), including Maths (B),needsofthePrestwickaerospacecluster,withaplus SQA National 5 Physics (B)number of our graduates now working in companies suchasBAESystems,Intertec,Ryanair,Spirit AeroSystems, Collins Aerospace and Woodward. However,thediversityoftheportfolioofthelocalvisit www.uws.ac.uk/aerospace companies means the course content is also appropriate for the knowledge and skills soughtaircraftengineering for by the wider aerospace and engineering community. more information42'