The undergraduate degree courses start with two years of intensive core study, giving students a thorough understanding of a wide range of engineering disciplines.
You’ll be attending lectures, tutorials, workshops and laboratory sessions in a number of areas including thermofluids, materials, mechanics, dynamics, stress analysis and design.
With this strong basis you’ll go onto largely elective study in the third and fourth years. You can focus on the areas you are most interested in and tap into cutting edge research activities. These are led by academic staff with internationally recognized expertise.
Whether it's computational mechanics, sustainable energy technology, combustion, nuclear energy, nanomaterials or many other areas, you'll be conducting sophisticated engineering activities with leaders in the field.
In addition to the unrivalled opportunities in the Department, there is an option to study for a year at one of a selection of world class overseas universities. You can also take advantage of our close links with a range of employers and complete a year in industry as part of your degree.
Undergraduate programme information
For a general introduction to our 4-year undergraduate programmes, which lead to MEng degrees accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, please look through our online prospectus and the Student Handbook 2015-16 for current undergraduates.
Read through the detailed specifications for our standard MEng programme.