MEng Materials Science and EngineeringMEng Biomaterials and Tissue EngineeringMEng Materials with Nuclear Engineering
Our flagship degree programme. This course gives
access to the full range of Materials Science and
Engineering, with the opportunity in the final years to
choose from a wide range of modules. These include
topics in nanomaterials, biomaterials, engineering
alloys, ceramics and nuclear materials.

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In the third year of this degree and in addition
to core Materials topics, you study cell biology,
biocompatibility and biomaterials for hard tissue
restoration. In the final year there are specialist
modules covering biomaterials for soft tissue
restoration, tissue engineering, and artificial organs,
including a large number of detailed case studies.

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Materials are central to the nuclear industry, both in
designing reactor parts that are safe under irradiation
and in handling and processing waste. This degree
combines modules in metals, glasses and ceramics
with a focused introduction to nuclear engineering
taught by specialists from across Imperial. You will be
expected to conduct a research project that should be
nuclear focused.

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Watch our third year MEng students working to solve a real technical problem as part of the 3rd Year Design Study Module

3rd Year Design Study Module

Each year, as part of our Design Study Module, we challenge our third year MEng  in Materials Science and Engineering students to solve a new and real technical problem for which they need all their skills and knowledge. They are expected to build and manage a team mimicking a real professional organisation, and to work together to design and prototype an entire manufacturing process.

Follow a team's weekly term-time updates on Twitter @Impmaterials