Teaching and Learning in EPS
Teaching and Learning for all of our undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses is managed by the EPS Teaching Organisation.
For all undergraduate student enquiries, our teaching office is on first floor of the Naysmith Building JN1.09.
Our courses are organised into the following teaching disciplines:
Chemistry holds the key to the solutions of many exciting and important challenges that face the world today.
Engineers are very creative people. Chemical Engineering is about transforming raw materials into valuable and desirable products.
Electrical, Electronic & Computer Engineering
The rapid worldwide expansion and development of electronic systems, techniques and devices provides the background for exciting applications-based courses.
Modern society needs high quality Mechanical Engineering graduates for their professional skills and expertise, of which our graduates are in constant demand.
Physics impacts on all aspects of our technological society, from high-speed fibre optic telecommunications and ultra-fast computing to solar cells and nuclear power.
Combined Studies gives students the opportunity to define their own interests within the framework of an unusually broad educational experience.