Named after GE founder Thomas Edison, and aimed at engineering graduates, this programme combines further study (MSc Digital Electronic Systems Engineering) with practical experience of the full engineering lifecycle. The programme accelerates professional development through technical and leadership training, while working on a variety of live projects with responsibility for business-critical priorities.
The Edison Engineering programme offers three or more rotational assignments in systems, software or hardware engineering while developing engineering competencies towards professional registration (IEng or CEng) and studying for a Masters in an engineering discipline. Key components of the programme include development of problem-solving and time management skills, bespoke leadership training courses and leading the way in championing our core values through volunteering activities.
- Bachelors in any engineering discipline at Level 2:1 or above