1. Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    • Award BEng (Hons) / MEng
    • UCAS Code H600

    The course offers the option of a year’s university supported industrial placement between stages two and three, allowing you to practice your theoretical knowledge before coming back for Stage three. The additional MEng stage to the course gives students extra, more in-depth experience of engineering principles as well as allowing you to fully demonstrate your understanding in the substantial research project undertaken during Stage four. We also offer this programme without the integrated postgraduate stage.

  2. Electromechanical Engineering

    • Award BEng (Hons) / MEng
    • UCAS Code H101

    Students completing an IMechE accredited degree are deemed to have met, part or all, of the academic requirements for registration as a Chartered or Incorporated Engineer, and are in a strong position to move on to achieve professional engineering status after a period of initial professional development in industry.

  3. Engineering

    • Award HND
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code 001H

    There has been an increase in the Engineering market, both here in the UK and globally, for well qualified engineers with a wide variety of knowledge and skills. This programme has been designed to provide solid foundations and covers the key principles of engineering but also the professional skills required to be an effective engineer.

  4. Engineering

    • Award HNC
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    Currently, there is a major skills shortage in the UK for qualified engineers who can undertake a variety of jobs in areas such as management, design, development, planning, control, marketing and sales. This programme aims to develop the technical, communication and management skills required by technician engineers in today's engineering industry. It integrates mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering with design, manufacture and business studies. You will relate theory to practice at your place of work.

  5. Engineering

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code H100

    Engineering is a dynamic and growing sector, which has led to a demand for well qualified engineers with a wide variety of knowledge and skills to meet a global market. This programme has been designed to provide solid foundation and covers the key principles of engineering but also the professional skills required to be an effective engineer.

  6. Engineering

    • Award MSc
    • Qualification Postgraduate

    This course is offered full or part time over one or two years respectively. This MSc provides a qualification for recent UK Engineering graduates and equivalently qualified international students. It assumes that applicants will have a broad engineering background, which it then builds on.

  7. Engineering (top-up)

    • Award BSc (Hons)
    • Qualification Undergraduate
    • UCAS Code H10A

    If you have recently completed the HND Engineering programme and are eager to broaden your engineering subject knowledge, you are invited to apply for this one year top up qualification. HNCs are considered but additional modules may have to be taken. There has been an increase in the Engineering market, both here in the UK and globally, for well qualified engineers with a wide variety of knowledge and skills. This fascinating, multifaceted subject is integral to a wide range of advances all around the world, from the development of facilities that utilise renewable energy resources through to the expansion of sustainable communities and drive lasting change. In this course you will learn about the influence that engineering has on the world as well as the contribution you may be able to make to future advances.

  8. Lift Engineering

    • Award FdSc
    • Qualification Undergraduate

    The course will extend your knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering, including mechanical, electrical, electronic and hydraulic engineering design and analysis. Study is flexible, as it is modular and taught online, and consequently you are able to choose the times that are the most convenient for you to study and complete your modules. You can take modules as a 'one off', either as a taster before deciding whether to study the course in full, or as an opportunity to update your skills in a particular area. In order to complete the award, you must successfully complete a number of modules to a total of 240 credits.