We went to Sheffield

Tsing Yu Ng

MEng Mechanical Engineering

Graduate Engineer, Cundall

Image of mechanical engineering alumni Tsing Yu"I loved understanding how the world around us works, especially the physics and technology part of things."

Phil Houghton

MEng Mechanical Engineering with a year in North America

Senior Aerodynamicist, F1. Currently studying towards Executive MBA. 

Phil Houghton (thumbnail)"I had a strong interest in aerodynamics and composites, which opened the door into the automotive industry and eventually to my dream job at Ferrari Formula 1."

Ana Sofia dos Santos Leite Ferreira

PhD focusing on computational biomechanics.

Research Associate at Certara UK

Mechanical Engineering Alumna Sofia Ferreira"I wanted to use my postgraduate research to understand how mechanical engineering approaches could help us understand biological systems."

Yun-Hang Cho

BEng Mechanical Engineering

PhD Researcher, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) Singapore

Image of Yun"Participating in different Engineering projects expanded my understanding of other fields and led me to new experiences too."

Florence Warrener

MEng Mechanical Engineering

Airbus Defence and Space

Image of Florence Warrener an alumni of Mechanical Engineering"After graduating, I was accepted onto a six-month graduate internship at Airbus Defence and Space in Southern Germany... Here, I embarked on projects such as Jason-CS/Sentinel 6, a spacecraft due to launch in 2020."

Roshni Wijesekera

BEng Mechanical Engineering and MSc (Res) Advanced Mechanical Engineering

Fire and CFD Engineer, AECOM

Mechanical Engineering Alumna Roshni Wijesekera"Working in the built environment is fantastic because you can see the work you do all around you."

Andrew Jackson

MEng Mechanical Engineering

Partner, Foster + Partners

Andrew Jackson"The problems I have been faced with at Foster + Partners have varied in scale, from master planning at a city scale down to the design of individual building components like bespoke air diffusers, which necessitate very different analytical and empirical approaches. So it’s a fantastic challenge for an engineer."

Rasan Chandra

MEng Mechanical Engineering with a Year in Industry

Combined Heat & Power Team, British Sugar

Rasan Chandra"I joined the Graduate Scheme at British Sugar after graduating from Sheffield. I secured this by completing my year in industry with its parent company, AB Sugar."

David A. Lara Ramos

MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering

PhD, Leibniz Institute for Solid State & Materials Research

Image of Mechanical Engineering Alumni David A. Lara Ramos"The University offered a wide range of activities that allowed me to get to know and interact with other students from other departments and from many different countries."

Diyana Tasron

PhD focusing on skin tribology

"One of the best things about being an engineer is being able to work together with multidisciplinary academics and researchers - by putting our brains together to come up with a solution and impart our knowledge to the public."

Jenny Penn

MEng Mechanical Engineering with French

Engineer, Transport for London (TfL)

Image of Mech Eng Alumni Jenny Penn at work for TfL"Engineering projects I worked on [at TfL] included improving wheelchair and buggy access on the Central line, redesigning train underframe equipment and safety testing new types of train door edges."

Giuliano Lamberto

PhD, Insigneo Institute of in silico Medicine.

NPI development engineer, Corin

Image of alumnus Giuliano Lamberto"I have always had passion for applying engineering problems to the human body, aiming to enhance diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions for patients."

Dave Camus

MEng Mechanical Engineering with a Year in Industry

Product Engineer at Cummins Turbo Technologies

Mechanical Engineering Alumnus Dave Camus“I’d recommend placements such as a year in industry to anyone, as it helped me in forging my career path and working out what I wanted to do.”

Hugo Mitchell-Heggs

MEng Mechanical Engineering with French

Marine Engineer/Nuclear Engineer Officer, Royal Navy

Mechanical Engineering Alumni Hugo Mitchell-Heggs. Image: AJPMedia.com“Mechanical Engineering always stood out as the ideal engineering discipline for its broadness and versatility, which in turn could lead to a wider range of career options.”