Professional Engineering Institution briefings for students
We will be running a series of short (15-30 minute) lunchtime briefing sessions during the first week of term to cover what each professional institution does, how membership could benefit you and how to apply. All students are encouraged to attend the briefing(s) for the institutions which particularly relate to their interests. The timetable is as follows - all sessions start at 13.00 on LR4:
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Full details of the course structure, instructions for setting and marking coursework etc are issued to module leaders by the Teaching Office. All are available online (together with other Engineering Teaching information, links to COMET etc).
For Part IIA courses:
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All coursework is marked anonymously and each student has been allocated an individual coursework candidate number (CCN). From this term it will be the responsibility of the student to enter their CCN onto the coversheet and they will be able to find this number at: http://www3.eng.cam.ac.uk/comet/student/yr4
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All students are required to attend a talk by the Safety Officer on Wednesday 4 October 2017, 2-3pm, in LT2. No practical work may be undertaken before the risk assessment form has been seen by the Safety Office.
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During the Easter term following the IIA examinations, all Part IIA students undertake 2 projects (with a few having preparatory sessions during the Lent Term). Allocation of these projects will be made at the end of the Michaelmas Term. Some projects have pre-requisite modules and will assume certain background knowledge. You should therefore give some thought to your likely preferences for projects before finalising your choice of Michaelmas modules on COMET.
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Please read carefully:
You are advised to book first for the Extension Activity (which run at fixed times in Michaelmas or Lent Terms) and then to book in for the experiments associated with each of your modules (including signing-up sessions). If at all possible, avoid clashes between sessions for having experiments signed up and sessions for undertaking experiments.
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All the four-year MEng courses offered by the Department of Engineering are accredited by one or more of the professional engineering institutions, depending on the engineering area studied.
Students are also strongly encouraged to become student or affiliate members of the professional institutions which particularly relate to their interests.
For further details of the accrediting bodies, membership benefits and contact officers within CUED see the Accreditation of the MEng.
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See the practical exam information page for details of:
- the exam period, location & timetable
- preparing for exams
- documents & equipment allowed during exams
- the day of the exams
- after the exams
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Although we expect students to attend all lab sessions and respect coursework deadlines, there may be a number of reasons why this might be problematic. In such cases you might be able to rearrange your coursework or apply for a mark allowance. See the following pages for further information:
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We hope that your time in the Department goes smoothly, but there may be occasions when you need additional support for academic, personal, health-related or practical reasons. See the 'what to do if things go wrong' page for further information.
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