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Undergraduate Engineering and Computing Courses

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Computing

Our world runs on computing. It’s used in every single sector and industry. From climate modelling and the study of disease to high tech companies and the latest online games, innovation and progress needs software engineers to solve problems and build products.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Electronic Engineering

Do you want to create, innovate and make a lasting impact on the world? Are you a critical thinker who’d love to be part of a team solving real-world problems? Choose engineering.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

From realistic and powerful prosthetic limbs to individually engineered implants, and from high-tech scanners to tiny cameras that can explore blood vessels, biomedical engineers work to develop products at the cutting edge of what is possible to heal and help the human body.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Transitioning to zero carbon is one of the biggest challenges faced by humanity. Students who do this innovative programme will be ready to tackle the huge challenges thrown up by climate change, while also being mindful of the environmental impact of any engineering work they do.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Can you imagine designing and building a better electric vehicle, jet engine or wind turbine? Maybe you’ve figured out a way to improve inhalers or door handles. If you’re fascinated by how things work and are made, enjoy getting caught up in the details, and thrive as part of a team, choose Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Want to build the robots of the future? If you’re fascinated by robotics and automation, this is the course to do.

 

 

Students looking at electrical build
Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Electronic Engineering

Calling maths lovers! If you’d like to be able to fix a gaming remote or build a smart doorbell from scratch, you need to study Electronic and Computer Engineering.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Law & Government and Electronic Engineering

Want to change the world? To address global challenges like climate change, fake news and global inequality, the world needs curious, ambitious people who can develop smart, sustainable solutions.

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Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Computing

Fancy a career as a professional problem solver, investigator and storyteller? That’s exactly what a data scientist is. 

Students studying on laptop
Level:
Undergraduate
School:
School of Computing

If you’re both creative and practical, a lateral thinker who loves tech and enjoys working with people, this course is for you.