TEDI-London has been granted permission to use its full name: The Engineering & Design Institute London.
Welcoming its first cohort of students onto campus this year, the degree awarding higher education provider was founded by Arizona State University, King’s College London and UNSW Sydney to transform the way in which engineering is taught.
Having already been successfully in joining the register of English higher education providers and been granted degree-awarding powers by the Office for Students, the use of its full title now demonstrates its ability to meet robust regulation standards within higher education and affirms its position as a quality provider of engineering education.
“It is a privilege to be able to use ‘institute’ within our name and we are very pleased that our hard work has paid off,” comments Carmai Pestell, Registrar at TEDI-London. “During the process we underwent a series of steps to successfully meet the requirements set out by Companies House, including evidencing that our degree programme is of a high standard and that our application was supported by the Engineering Professors’ Council. We understand the prestige that comes with the title and look forward to continuing to prove ourselves as a high-quality provider of engineering education.”