Education Abroad in Mechanical Engineering in Edinburgh, Scotland


Founded in 1582, the University of Edinburgh in Scotland is one of Europe's finest universities, with a great tradition of producing outstanding scholars including such giants as Charles Darwin and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In engineering, there is William John Macquorn Rankine, who proposed both the Rankine cycle (primary in the operation of steam power plants) and the Rankine temperature scale (the absolute scale used in English units). The university is in a short walking distance to the downtown city center that is the cultural hub for concerts, plays, and impromptu musical - dance opportunities, including bagpipers in uniform.

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