Take on real-world challenges as part of your studies
From design briefs to racing competitions, you could be working with international organisations like Adidas, PlayStation, Gillette and Berghaus.
Our food and nutrition students have worked to reduce sugar levels in ASDA's products, while our fashion design students have won paid internships with Vivienne Westwood and ASOS. There are student competitions and global contests to enter each year, from the Formula Student motor racing competition to head-to-head mock trials between law students at different universities.
Hattie won the ASOS Future Talent Award in Design after her work was showcased at the Graduate Fashion Week 2017 in London. She received £3,000 and was offered a year-long internship with ASOS.
While studying MSc Sports Engineering, Marius Gemmel completed a project with Adidas to optimise the design of footwear used in sport.
Jack Lewis is studying a masters in Geographical Information Systems, using the latest technology to assess geographical hazards and to understand the world better.