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Year 8 Student Passes Mechanical Design Exam

06 June 2017

Regents International School Pattaya Year 8 student, Bryce Li, joins a select group of young engineers, many at colleges and universities, who can use the letters CSWA to show that they conform to an international standard in mechanical design run by Solidworks Association.

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From Head of Design & Technology, Mr Steve Daly:

Congratulations to Bryce Li who has passed his Mechanical Design exam for which he has been studying since September 2016.

Bryce now joins a select group of young engineers, many at colleges and universities, who can use the letters CSWA to show that they conform to an international standard in mechanical design run by Solidworks Association.

Bryce is probably the third youngest person in the world to pass this difficult exam. The programme is normally run by colleges and universities which further illustrates the impressive nature of this achievement.

I offer my congratulations to Bryce who is very deserving of his success.