Mechanical Engineering MEng (Sandwich, H309) Student at the University of Bath. I am currently researching and preparing for applying to management / strategy consultancies, aiming to leverage my technical and analytical background to help companies solve complex structural problems, and explore new frontiers.


Education Snapshot


Mechanical Engineering (MEng)
Predicted: First / 2:1


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A*A*A*a in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics
10 A*s in (I)GCSEs


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Microeconomics (MITx – 14.100x)
Introduction to Data Analysis using Excel (Microsoft – DAT205x)




  • September 2018 – June 2020

    University of Bath

  • July 2017 – July 2018

    OC Robotics | A GE Aviation company

    Year in industry, working in Mechanical Engineering at a snake-arm robotics company, whose goal is to reach into confined and hazardous spaces.

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  • June 2017 – September 2015

    University of Bath

    The first two years of this Mechanical Engineering course covered the fundamentals of engineering theory, as well as practising technical communication in the form of lab reports. This allowed me to engage high level mathematical and physics skills, honing my analytical reasoning, as well as facilitating a degree of creativity in the form of design projects. Use of computing technology, both in terms of programming / scripting (e.g. MATLAB, Python) and CAD (Computer Aided Design) featured heavily.

    A more detailed look at what constitutes my degree is available here, complete with coursework samples.

  • September 2010 – July 2015

    King’s College School, Wimbledon

    For my A-Levels I studied Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and took AS Economics, achieving A*A*A*a, after securing 10 A*s in my (I)GCSEs. I also completed an extended essay analysing the design of tube trains, with respect to their (lack of) aerodynamics.