Trainee Patent Attorney
Faye graduated from the University of Aberdeen in June 2015 with a First Class Honours MEng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. In her final year she was awarded the Institute of Engineering Technology prize for most outstanding student, and is a past recipient of the Peter MacConnell Memorial Prize for the best 3rd Year academic performance in her field.
During Faye's studies she undertook varied general engineering courses, and has worked on a range of research projects including Design of a Subsea Digital Holographic Camera and Dynamic Wireless Healthcare Monitoring. Faye also has prior experience of working in the oil industry as part of a team of mechanical design engineers.
At university Faye was actively involved in a number of extra-curricular activities, co-founding and chairing the Women in Science and Engineering society, and going on to chair the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering society.
Within a year of starting at HGF, Faye became part-qualified after studying for a Post-Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Bournemouth.