The TEDI-London programme will comprise the following compulsory (core) modules. There are no optional modules.
This introductory module will develop your knowledge and understanding of modern design and development, underpinned by engineering principles and technologies. You will undertake a real-world design challenge in a team and consider the ethical, environmental, social and cultural impacts of engineering design.
This module will enable you to develop knowledge of the fundamentals of the engineering sciences. By ‘reverse engineering’ a product (taking it apart) you will develop analytical, measurement and experimental investigation techniques, and an understanding of how the fundamentals of the engineering sciences govern the design and performance of systems and components.
In this module you will look at engineering as a professional multi-disciplinary activity. Through developing a prototype for a product, you will integrate different aspects of engineering and apply the knowledge and skills you have learnt so far to create a solution to a brief.
In this module you will be introduced to industry-standard modelling and numerical analysis, and other specialised engineering software packages appropriate to a design engineer, to explore and appreciate their potential for solving mathematical and engineering problems.
In this module you will learn about designing for smart cities, considering energy and the environment and using material sustainably for a healthy living environment.
In this module you will start to develop your personal and professional portfolio and use the Engineering Council’s framework to continue to show your progress towards becoming a professional engineer.
The following criteria is intended as a guide to help you gauge if TEDI-London is for you:
- If studying A Levels, IB, BTEC (or any post 16 education) you’ll be on track for approximately 112-120 UCAS points or equivalent
- If studying A Level Maths qualification (or equivalent) you should be on track to achieve a grade C
- No maths A Level? No problem. You can sit our online maths refresher course instead.
No Maths A-Level? No problem
We believe that students without an A-Level or BTEC qualification in Maths should not have to miss out on studying engineering at degree level. That’s why, if this applies to you, we’ll give you the opportunity to complete a refresher course to improve your mathematical skills.