Application and Selection
Engineering students apply through COMET in early May. The course is also open to Chemical Engineering students who can find out how to apply by emailing:
Whether you are an Engineering or a Chemical Engineering student you should complete the MET application form if you wish to be considered for the course - this does not tie your hands in any way!
Current MET students who are happy to be contacted for more information are listed by college in this PDF document.
Selection is based on interview, a reference from the Director of Studies, and academic record. The course requires the ability to apply engineering principles in a business context. The qualities sought include enthusiasm and drive, communication skills, organisational ability, leadership potential, team-working and inter-personal skills, ability to work to tight deadlines, and a real interest in manufacturing engineering.
Finding Out More - click here
Interested in MET? Not sure if it is for you?
There will be an MET Open Day here at the IfM on Wednesday 10th May 2017 at 1-3 PM for 1B students where there will be staff and students available to answer any queries, as well as a tour of the building/facilities and refreshments.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Try the elective topic "Manufacturing, Management and Design - Bring Technology Innovations to Market", run by Tim Minshall of the IfM.
The paper provides an introduction to the kind of material you will cover on the MET course. For a syllabus click here (web page)
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions and their answers
Click here for some recent MET alumni describing their work since graduating.
2017 Application Timeline
MET application form to be in by Friday 2nd June 2017
COMET selection: TBC
MET interviews: Week commencing Monday 12th June 2017
Offers made: Late June