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Final year students at M&M Engineering have to complete their undergrad studies with a project, from planning to execution. Thomas Hettasch, supervised by Mr Kevin Neaves topic "2x2 Rubik's cube solver" had proven great robotic results.


Lecturers who are experts in the fields of the topics provided, supervise the projects throughout the final year. Students apply their knowledge to build and test, to achieve maximum results.


Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) regulations are followed to obtain good final marks. Examiners for each project is an external person from industry who is a specialist in the particular field of study, an internal examiner from the department and the student's supervisor.


The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is a statutory body, its role is to regulate the engineering profession. At M&M Engineering students are given discipline specific guidelines and taught the regulations regarding engineering practices. ECSA's core functions are the accreditation of engineering programmes and the registration of persons in their specific fields of engineering.


At M&M our main aim is to graduate students who are confident engineers who can contribute as reliable and assured engineers in industry.


We cannot wait to report how Thomas's Rubik cube results may influence world records.