This programme will take place from September 1st.
The deadline for applications is August 27th.
This programme is designed for students aged 14-18 years old.
Get an in-depth look into what it’s like to study at university, featuring an interactive look into the content of your course of choice.
Coming soon, there will be fully interactive webinar sessions with course leaders and academics to answer your questions directly.
Each Programme consists of 10-hours of work, which can be completed flexibly over the course of two weeks, complete with taster activities, reflection tasks and interactive quizzes. Also coming soon, the programmes will involve live webinars with notable academics and course leaders.
This programme is free to complete.
Add the experience to your CV and Personal Statement.
Get the advice you need, straight from the experts themselves.
Stand out from the competition.
There’s a lot that goes into deciding what to study at university. The University of Plymouth Engineering Degree Taster Programme will answer all that you need to know about studying a degree in engineering with the University of Plymouth. You’ll receive an introduction to Plymouth as a place to study, as well as an in-depth insight into Mechanical, Civil & Coastal, Electrical & Electronic and Marine Technology engineering. Not to mention, the programme will include activities, quizzes and live webinars with academics from the university.
This programme will give you a real insight into becoming a Plymouth Engineer. You will discover vital employability tips, how to prepare for applying, interviews skills advice and much more. Not to mention that the whole degree taster programme is a great reference point, so you'll cover how to use this experience to build your personal statement.
During the University of Plymouth Engineering Degree Taster Programme, you will cover the following:
Speciality taster sessions: Engage in real research tasks and a taster lecture with academics to help you build your understanding of what a degree actually looks like