Bristol Students Benefit from the E3 Academy
22 February 2011
The Department is pleased to announce that it has joined the highly successful E3 Academy.
The Department is pleased to announce that it has joined the highly successful E3 Academy. Students applying for a degree in electrical and electronic engineering are now eligible to apply for industrial sponsorship.
Benefits of the E3 Academy include £2500 per year of study, 8 weeks of paid summer vacation training and access to an industrial mentor. The programme is endorsed by the IET and students have the potential for a first-class career with their sponsoring company.
The E3 academy is supported by Converteam, Siemens Industry Automation and Drive Technologies, Cummins Generator Technologies, Control Techniques, Parker SDD and Edwards.
For more details on what the Academy can offer, eligibility and how to apply, please visit www.E3Academy.org.