The faculty of engineering of Bristol University continued the tradition of success established by previous colleagues. Six future engineers won the competition of the Royal Academy of engineering, which is sent to application 170 students from various universities in the UK. Of the 70 students nominated for the award, have been selected a total of 30 people. The main aim of the competition is to identify most promising young people who are able to make a significant contribution to the development of engineering. Paid out to the winners prize of £ 5,000 gives them the opportunity to complete their education at their personal program, to more fully discover their creative potential.