Amit Pujari answered on 9 Mar 2012:
I did my undergraduate studies back in India, there I went to University of Pune (http://www.unipune.ac.in/).
I completed my postgraduate studies in the UK, for MSc I went to University of Strathclyde (http://www.strath.ac.uk/) and studied for PhD at University of Aberdeen (http://www.abdn.ac.uk/)
Martin Wallace answered on 9 Mar 2012:
I studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Leeds – where Amit is studying now, although we’ve never actually met! It was quite close to home and I met some of my closest friends there. It’s been nearly 6 years since I left but I’m still in touch with many of the people on my course. It was – and still is – a very friendly place to study with lots going on, I’m sure Amit would agree.
Paige Brown answered on 9 Mar 2012:
I went to Louisiana State University for my undergraduate degree in Biological and Agricultural Engineering. LSU (http://www.lsu.edu/) is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, or what is called the ‘Boot’ state in the United States. Louisiana is located in the South of the U.S. – it borders the Gulf of Mexico. I loved Louisiana and LSU so much that I stayed there for my graduate degree, also in Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
After some time away from LSU, I returned (because I missed it so!) to pursue my PhD in Journalism 😉
People really are friendlier in Louisiana than anywhere else in the United States! Life is happy down here – I spend lots of time outdoors because it is always warm here!
Emily Bullen answered on 11 Mar 2012:
I went to the University of Bath, and absolutely loved my time there! It was quite daunting at first as I was moving abroad (I grew up in France), but uni years really are the best for making friends and trying new things!
Joanne Davies answered on 11 Mar 2012:
Hello ojcrumb123. I love your name!
I went to the University of Wales Institute Cardiff (in Wales) and it’s recently changed its name to Cardiff Metropolitan University. Cardiff is a really great place to study. There are lots of students living here and there are always lots of things happening.
What subjects did you have to study at Uni, to become an engineer involved with medicine?
Do you have to have education after sixth form (eg uni) to be successful, or can you start from the bottom and work
What advice woud you give to someone wishing to go into engineering?
hello did you go to university and is it worth your time becuase I am no tsure weather I should go.
How long did you study for to reach your level of expertise? And which Uni would you recommend for your individual