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Engineering

Engineering

Module 4M9 Student Contribution

Module 4M9 Student Contribution

£157.00

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Contribution toward Survey Module 4M9
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GD1 Constructionarium Fee

GD1 Constructionarium Fee

£150.00

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Fee to be paid by students.
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MET Overseas Research Project student contribution (2016-2017)

MET Overseas Research Project student contribution (2016-2017)

£50.00

Description

The student contribution of £50 towards the MET 2016-2017 Overseas Research Project.
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MET Overseas Research Project Sponsor Contribution (2016-2017)

MET Overseas Research Project Sponsor Contribution (2016-2017)

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Sponsorship / Donation towards the MET 2016-2017 Overseas Research Project.

Please enter the amount you would like to contribute.

The Cambridge Overseas Research Project (ORP) allows Part IIB (fourth year) Manufacturing Engineering students to spend two weeks abroad researching a topical subject and then produce an associated research report.

The trip is entirely run and organised by the students themselves. In July 2017, 26 students will hopefully be travelling to Japan in order to research the issues surrounding the future of manufacturing and the growth of digitisation in manufacturing in Japan, focusing on the Robot Revolution Initiative.

We aim to gain a deeper understanding of some of the global trends affecting business and industry, and how Japanese companies are adapting to the changing nature of manufacturing that the digital age has brought. This is an opportunity both to conduct useful academic research and for students to gain invaluable learning and life experience.
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The First 150 Years

Cambridge Engineering The First 150 Years

£40.00

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Cambridge Engineering The First 150 Years
Hardback
9781908990686

Cambridge Engineering: The First 150 Years takes the reader on a journey that starts with the genesis of engineering as an academic discipline, leads to the creation of the Department in 1875, and looks forward to its plans for the 150th anniversary in 2025. The history is told through the extraordinary lives of engineering leaders, who fought through the initial derision of other disciplines to take the faculty from a workshop in a wooden hut to stand as the largest department in the University. The narrative comes right up to date with stories from the latest research and its positive impact on the world. The book concludes with the vision for Cambridge Engineering as it moves to its new state-of-the-art home at West Cambridge and takes a global lead in redefining the discipline. Richly illustrated with images from past and present, the book will appeal not only to alumni, but to anyone, old or young, who is ready to explore how engineering has changed the world and dream how it will drive further revolutions.

NOTE:
We are unable to despatch this book to you, it is for collection only at the address below.

Collection from:
Main Reception
Department of Engineering
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street
Cambridge
CB2 1PZ

If you have any questions about the book please email:
marketing@eng.cam.ac.uk
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ISMM

C52 ISMM Additional Course Fee (October 2017)

£4000.00

Description

This additional £4,000 fee covers the programme of industrial visits both in the UK and overseas and allows students to carry out project work on industrial premises away from the Cambridge area.
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