!— Windows 8.1 + IE11 and above —>
The NCS Engineering School was set up to provide a dedicated service to those students who aspire to study Engineering at some of the world’s leading universities, before heading into successful careers in the field.
With increasing numbers of NCS students wanting to study Engineering or Physics at high-profile Universities, The NCS Engineering School has quickly established a local and national reputation for supporting students with their applications. Every year a large number of students make successful applications to Oxbridge, Imperial, UCL and MIT to name but a few. The NCS Engineering School consists of a team of dedicated experts and is ably led by Dr Maugeri.
You can follow The NCS Engineering School on Instagram @ncsengineeringschool and Twitter @ncsengineering
When I joined The NCS I was thinking of going into either finance or mechanical engineering. Through the engineering school they really set my mind on civil engineering. - Shayaan
I took part in a physics lecture series which was incredible because it taught me a completely new topic - quantum mechanics - in a university style lecture setting. - Ayesha
In terms of opportunities, right from the start there were so many that were immediately made available to me. - Ayesha
The NCS has changed my life, it's changed all of my friends' lives. At NCS you’re pushed to the highest level within your own capability. When you go to university, they’re not used to schools of this calibre. So you’re landing whilst running, you get a head start from other students. - Shayaan
Discover how The NCS’ deployment of technology allowed our students to immediately switch to online learning on the very first day of the lockdown imposed in March 2020. ...
Four students from Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre in East London, UK, have earned offers to Ivy League universities in the USA. ...
Newham Collegiate student Isuf Mohammed will be studying at an Ivy League university alongside NCS alumni Tafsia Shikdar, who is currently studying at MIT. Watch the video of his story now!...