How to apply
Check your eligibility and apply for the 2022 Destination Engineer school programme.
Go to an overview of the Destination Engineer summer school.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your application
The University of Bristol plans to deliver Bristol-based summer schools in 2022. However, the University continues to monitor the evolving COVID-19 pandemic both at home and abroad. We will contact applicants to tell them whether or not the University can proceed with in-Bristol programmes in early May.
The University of Bristol will follow the UK government's policy for travel restrictions and health and safety on campus.
- Find out more about our current campus policies
- Find out more about UK government travel advice and regulations
All applicants should read the terms and conditions before accepting any offer to study at Bristol.
You must meet all of the below requirements to be eligible for this summer school.
|Application deadline||22 June 2022|
|Study level||Pre-undergraduate: currently in high school or 16–18 further education|
You must be studying high school (level 3) mathematics and physics.
You must also be interested in studying a degree in any branch of engineering.
|Academic requirements||You must be a strong student maintaining a good academic record.|
|English language requirements||
If English is not your first language, you need to meet (or be due to meet by the time you apply to University) our English language Profile E.
You can view the tests and levels we accept by visting our Profile E language requirements page and selecting the 'English Language Proficiency Tests' tab. If you took the CET-4 or CET-6 tests, email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what scores we will accept.
|Age||16 or over at the time of the summer school
This summer school is for high school students who are not yet studying at university level.
This programme is designed for international students, but we also welcome applications from the UK.
Make your application
To apply, you will need to complete our short application form and submit:
- an academic reference from a teacher or instructor
- a short (maximum 250 words) statement answering the question: 'Why are you applying for Destination Engineer and how does it relate to your current and future goals?'
- evidence of your English language skills (if relevant).