This is where you start becoming an NMITE Engineer!
NMITE’s unique application process involves three discreet stages. By registering and submitting your application information, you are giving consent for NMITE to process the information you provide in accordance with NMITE’s Privacy Notice for Enquirers and Applicants. A printable Quick Guide to NMITE’s Application Process is available here.
Application Stage 1: Registration and Initial Application
What you need to do:
- Register for an account at this link directly on the NMITE website (Step 1)
- Provide general information requested about yourself (Step 2)
- Complete NMITE’s diversity monitoring form* (Step 3)
- Provide early indication of your accommodation requirements (Step 4)
*Separated from your application upon request
Application Stage 2: MEng Application
Once NMITE has received all of your Stage 1 information, you’ll be guided and provided with instructions to prepare and submit three application elements:
- A Supporting Statement
- A Video submission
- Answers to three essay-type questions
These elements should be completed on your own computer and using your own video resource (e.g., a smartphone). Instructions for how to submit these elements will be provided to you.
Application Stage 3: Selection Day
Upon successful completion of your Stage 2 MEng Application, you’ll be invited to attend a Stage 3 Selection Day at NMITE in Hereford*. Details of dates and where the day will take place, and information about what the goals and activities will be for the day will also be provided.
Please note: Applicants will receive written communication from the Registrar following each stage of the process, in accordance with the timescales provided in NMITE’s Admissions Policy.
*Support is available to ensure every candidate can attend a Selection Day.
- A visionary thinker able to identify and frame challenges;
- An innovator and problem-solver able to address challenges using creativity, judgment, imagination, and from multiple perspectives;
- A curious and passionate lifelong learner, interested in subjects beyond engineering and how those subjects apply to your personal, professional, and academic lives;
- An engaged citizen who cares about the context of your work and wants to make a difference in your community;
- A confident, persuasive leader able to challenge existing thinking;
- An articulate communicator capable of working in teams and individually on diverse tasks;
- A highly skilled and employable professional who can adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing work environment.
Oh, and a darn good engineer too!