The REEdI portfolio gives potential students an opportunity to showcase a sample of their best work. Students have an opportunity to gain points based on their aptitude for solving a basic problem. Where students have school projects which are relevant, these can be used. For students who do not have project-based subjects, we would encourage them to use a simple day to day problem they have come across and solved.
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AT REEdI we are looking for you to demonstrate your interest in Engineering. This is your chance to show your innovative, creative, problem solving skills. There is no standard digital portfolio but the following guidelines apply. We will accept the following for the portfolio – projects undertaken as part of:
- Leaving Certificate Engineering/ Design/ Construction Studies/ Computer Science (with relevance to engineering)
- Young Scientist of the Year
- Junior Entrepreneur of the Year
- Other (e.g. mature students – projects within their industry/ work experience, F1 in schools projects, etc)
Why do you need a portfolio?
Motivated: We want to make sure that you want to do Engineering.
Problem Solver: We want to make sure that Problem Solving is something you enjoy doing.
Team-Worker: We want to make sure that you like working with others
Adaptable: We want to make sure that you are flexible and open to new ways of learning in University and in Industry.
Leaving Certificate Engineering Prescribed Topic Workshops
Below are links to important documents required to submit your portfolio If you have any queries please email: [email protected]
The portfolio template is a word document with ready to fill in boxes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Read our FAQs relating to the REEdI portfolio.
Submitting a Portfolio
Follow a step by step guide on how to submit your portfolio on our computer or phone.
Portfolio Information Video
View a recording of our Portfolio Information Session Webinar, hear from the Head of Department, Dr Fiona Boyle, course lecturers Cathal Geary and Padraig Kelly and Programme and Engagement Officer Claire Cassidy.