Engineering, Economics and Management
EEM at New College
Unlike most joint courses, EEM does not involve an equal split between its three constituent topics – it is an engineering-led course, whose entry requirements and first-year syllabus are the same as for Engineering Science. Selection for EEM is dealt with by the Engineering tutors alone, and applicants are considered in direct competition with those for Engineering Science. While there is no fixed quota, we usually admit no more than two EEM applicants each year.
Please also see the Engineering Science course page.
Number of places available at New College:
Normally 1 or 2 per year (included in the Engineering Science quota of 7-8).
The College does not have any requirements beyond those specified by the University and the Department.
Involved in undergraduate teaching
Dr René Bañares-Alcántara - Tutor in Engineering; Reader in Engineering Science
Dr Ian Crawford - Tutor in Economics; Reader in Economics
Professor Dieter Helm - Tutor in Economics; Professor of Energy Policy
Dr Richard Mash - Tutor in Economics
Professor Richard Whittington - Tutor in Management Studies; Professor of Strategic Management
Professor Martin Williams - Tutor in Engineering, Professor of Structural Engineering
Mr Colin Wood – Lecturer in Engineering
Dr Matthew Arthington – Stipendiary Lecturer in Engineering
Not usually involved in undergraduate teaching
Professor David Limebeer - Professorial Fellow; Professor of Control Engineering
Dr Andrea Vedaldi - W.W. Spooner Junior Research Fellow in EngineeringProfessor Mari Sako – Professorial Fellow; Professor of Management Studies
Professor Tony Venables – Professorial Fellow; BP Professor of Economics
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