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Hi,

I am an IB student from Hong Kong studying HL Physics, Computer Science, and Geography, and SL Mathematics Analysis and Approaches, English A Language and Literature, and Chinese B. I'm expecting a final score of 42/45 points.

Are there any competitive universities in the UK that allow students to apply to the school/department/faculty of Engineering without declaring a speciality (such as civil, aeronautical, etc.)?

Do my qualifications allow me to apply? Note that I do not study HL Maths.

Thank you!

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On 7/30/2020 at 5:32 PM, amberiridescence said:

Hi,

I am an IB student from Hong Kong studying HL Physics, Computer Science, and Geography, and SL Mathematics Analysis and Approaches, English A Language and Literature, and Chinese B. I'm expecting a final score of 42/45 points.

Are there any competitive universities in the UK that allow students to apply to the school/department/faculty of Engineering without declaring a speciality (such as civil, aeronautical, etc.)?

Do my qualifications allow me to apply? Note that I do not study HL Maths.

Thank you!

To the best of my knowledge being "undeclared" is specifically a US university concept, for UK universities you tend to have to be very specific for the course you're applying for. Check university websites, but to my knowledge, you cannot be 'undeclared' in your engineering specification at UK universities unless it is specifically designed as a General Engineering course.

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