You’re curious about the way things work, and want to simplify the complex with technology. From gadgets to engines, motorways to skyscrapers, our accredited courses are perfect if you want make a difference to the world around you. Our graduates are highly sought after in a range of engineering careers - from civil to electronic, and medical to mechanical. Apply direct from 1 July.
How would you improve urban resilience to earthquakes? Could you design and implement a clean water solution in a humanitarian crises? Become a Master of Engineering with this enhanced accredited course and develop all the practical and academic skills required to address these challenges.
Learn to solve some of society’s most complex problems by applying civil engineering techniques and technologies. Get hands-on experience on site and in our labs, and gain the practical skills employers want. Our course is accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators (JBM) acting on behalf of ICE, IStructE, CIHT and IHE for the Engineering Council UK. This means that, with further learning, our course leads to CEng status.
Mix hands-on learning with vital theory as you prepare for a successful career in civil engineering. Our course is accredited by the Joint Board of Moderators, allowing you to work towards Incorporated Engineer (IEng) status when you graduate.
Modern life depends on electronics; from industry to the iPhone, they’re everywhere. In lectures and in our labs, you’ll learn to design, simulate and build a wide variety of electronic systems. Our course is CEng accredited by The Institution of Engineering and Technology, and meets the educational requirements for registration as an Incorporated Engineer. It's been validated to include an optional placement year in industry.
Mechanical engineers design, manufacture, repair or operate the things we need in everyday life. Learn in one of the most advanced engineering laboratories in any UK university. Our course is rated in the top 7 of the Guardian university league table 2017. This course is accredited by the IET and IMechE and has been validated to include an optional placement year in industry.
So much of our everyday life is influenced by engineered products. As a mechanical engineer you’ll design, develop, operate and manufacture products and parts across a range of sectors. Mechanical engineering opens up a wide range of local, national and international career opportunities and as a Master of Engineering you’ll graduate in a prime position to take advantage of being a Chartered Engineer.
Help healthcare providers to supply better care and treatment to patients through the use of technology. If you're interested in both engineering and medicine, this course is perfect for you. Gain the skills to provide innovative, tried-and-tested medical engineering solutions that satisfy clinical needs.