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Rethink engineering

Become an engineer in training at The Engineering & Design Institute London.

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From smart cities and sustainability, to user-centred design and manufacturing, our Global Design Engineering degree will see you tackle projects set by industry. You’ll learn the importance of context and understanding of user needs in real-world global problems, and the relevance of ethical, environmental, social and cultural aspects of engineering design.  As well as developing broad technical knowledge, these projects will develop your creativity, problem-solving and team working abilities – key skills that industry employers are seeking.

Don't just take our word for it, come and see TEDI-London for yourself! Tour our facilities and get your questions answered by booking onto a campus tour.

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TEDI-London campus at night

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3.30 - 4.30pm

Are you interested in applying for a place on one of our Global Design Engineering programmes, but want to visit our campus first? Book onto a short TEDI-London campus tour running on Thursday afternoons!

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Project-based learning

Forget lectures. We focus on training engineers through hands-on, project-based learning. We offer a unique approach to engineering education in that you will work on real-life industry projects in our creative makerspaces, and be supported by a bespoke virtual learning environment. Here you will learn theory in bitesize chunks to apply practically to your project work.


We understand that the cost of retraining and reskilling can be a barrier to study. To help people to access TEDI-London, we have a range of scholarships to support you financially during your studies. Our upskilling and retraining scholarship is available specifically for individuals who have been in the workplace for more than 3 years. If this one doesn’t sound right for you then explore our other available scholarships, worth up to 100% of your annual tuition fees.

Application process

A new approach to admissions

Traditionally, students need A-level Maths to study an engineering degree. We’re rethinking all the traditions in engineering education, including that one. We recognise that it takes many qualities to make a good engineering student and that people study at different points in their lives. That’s why we offer a maths refresher course for anyone who doesn’t have this as a higher-level qualification.

  • “From day one you start doing hands-on projects. You have the community feel of learning together with supportive tutors at hand. The mix of hands-on and online learning gives you a great building block of understanding engineering as a whole, and in the Makerspaces you’ve got everything at your disposal to bring projects to life.”

    Rozanne BEng Global Design Engineering student
  • “Since joining I have enjoyed the friendly group work across our main modules and online learning nodes, as well as working in the makerspaces to develop my manufacturing and prototyping skills.  What really stands out about TEDI-London is learning through projects: there are no other places that will allow you to work from day one on real-life issues.”

    Stuart TEDI-London student

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