Professional Mechanical Engineers play key roles in all industrial sectors including aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, robotics, food, transport and the manufacturing, chemical and entertainment industries - not only as engineers, but as managers, designers, consultants, financial advisors, conservationists and politicians. The majority of Mechanical Engineers take on considerable responsibility within a few years of graduation, and many advance to the highest levels of technical and general management.
Our aim is to produce highly adaptable graduates who can tackle innovative projects in a wide range of industries. Our courses are broad-based and far-reaching, covering fundamental subjects in the early years which can be followed by a degree of specialisation later on. Our MEng / BEng honours degrees are accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and meet the Engineering Council educational requirements for professional recognition as a Chartered Engineer (CEng).
If you are interested in applying for a course, please see the Undergraduate Prospectus - Mechanical Engineering.
If you are chosing your courses (modules) at the start of the year refer to the undergraduate programme structure notes.
If you are looking for detailed information about the composition of each course, see the pages linked from the following table:
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