The discipline is based on the application of existing technology within a field of engineering through the use of basic engineering principles and technical skills. As such, undergraduate and graduate programmes in the field focus primarily on the applied aspects of science and engineering to equip graduates with practical technical skills in product improvement, manufacturing, construction or engineering operational functions.
Studying engineering equips students with practical skills to acquire and apply scientific, mathematical, economic, social and practical knowledge to design and build structures, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes that safely serve as a solution to the needs of society. Combined with knowledge and processes related to technology, programmes in engineering and technology field provide students tools and skills to manipulate materials so to shape and change the physical world to meet needs. Through hands-on training, students are encouraged to come up with creative applications of scientific principles.
The Bachelor Summer Program gives you the opportunity to study at UJF, gain credits for your home university and meet students from all over the word! It is also open to French UJF students with whom you will interact daily
The Illustrator CS5 Summer Training Course at the Marbella Design Academy is created for all people interested in learning how to make professional Graphic Design and illustrations using Adobe Illustrator.
3D MAX is a great 3D program to master for all Designers or people interested in learning how to make professional 3D computer drawings. With 3D MAX you can produce professional 3D computer drawings of your ideas - projects.
This is the project module for the BSc (Hons) Natural Sciences. You will undertake an individual investigation of a topic within the area of natural sciences, such as: climate change; agriculture; biological conservation; nuclear power; or genetic engineering.
This module views change as inescapable in managing everyday situations ranging from personal to workplace to society in general. Rather than passively accepting change this module will equip you with skills to shape the nature and direction of change.
The World Wide Web continues to provide a foundation for the development of a broad range of increasingly influential and strategic technologies, supporting a large variety of applications and services, both in the private and public sectors.
Designed for postgraduates intending to study for a doctorate at the University of Exeter who need to improve their English language and research skills, or whose research ideas are not yet firm enough to undertake doctoral studies in these subjects. Runs from July to December each year.
This course will teach you the theoretical basics of multilevel modeling and some important mehodological and statistical issues. You will also learn how to analyze multilevel data sets with the HLM programme, to interpret the output and to report the results. The benefits of multilevel analysis are discussed both in theory as with empirical examples.
This program is for anyone who wishes to develop or enhance professional skills in instructional technology, performance consulting, interactive multimedia, or product development. \
The Battery Technology for Hybrid Electric Vehicles will cover basic electrochemistry that occurs in batteries. This course will provide an introduction to batteries that are used in energy storage devices in a wide variety of engineering devices.
This course it intended for students and recent graduates in physiotherapy and related fields interested in technology. Students get an introduction in the world of assistive technology (AT) and its potential to support patients as well as therapists. The focus in this summer course will be on AT to support mobility and ambulation, motor learning in rehabilitation, activity monitoring and e-rehabilitation, home adaptations and sports.
As an advanced training in qualitative and legal methods in criminology, the course aims to be a platform for PhD students preparing or conducting their criminological fieldwork, to discuss the methodological challenges within their research projects. The emphasis will be on 'doing research': candidates will be supervised on small assignments linked to their own PhD research projects. Previous knowledge on qualitative method is required.