engineering school

NOUN
  1. a technical school offering instruction in many industrial arts and applied sciences
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How To Use engineering school In A Sentence

  • Earlier this year, Microsoft founder Bill Gates barnstormed five engineering schools to drum up interest.
  • The Engineering School had an extensive program of its own for disadvantaged students.
  • In college, (my alma mater is an engineering school where the ratio of guys to girls was 4: 1) the female students always quoted the following: “The odds are good, but the goods are odd!” See also: The engineering department.
  • Similarly, to bolster the sciences and technology, Summers is talking about launching an engineering school while expanding initiatives in the biosciences and other cutting-edge fields.
  • It was not an engineering school, but a military school–rigid rules, tight-fitting blue uniforms, swords, the traditional bicorne for parade-ground ceremonies–and devoted to the study of pure science. The Path Between the Seas
  • The Admiral founded the Royal Thai Naval Academy and the Marine Engineering School.
  • The first step to licensure is a degree in ENGINEERING from an ABET (the accredidation organization for engineering schools) accredited school. India and the U.S., Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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