Our three-year BEng Mechanical Engineering course covers all the traditional core subjects of Mechanical Engineering. You will have the opportunity to customise your course to include modules that particularly interest you, from orthopaedic biomechanics to automobile systems. Students can also take the Industrial Placement Year, providing the opportunity for a year-long placement with an engineering-based organisation.
Introducing your course
The BEng Mechanical Engineering degree course will provide you with a solid foundation to build a successful career. It is ideal if you wish to complete your studies in three years.
The first two years of the course will focus on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering and give you the confidence to apply them. The content during these years is identical to the MEng course.
Design is an essential theme that runs throughout our Mechanical Engineering courses. We inspire our students to address the real needs of society. During this course, you will work on a series of individual and group projects in our new design workshops and studios. In your year 1 induction, you will have the opportunity to take apart and reconstruct a 4-stroke engine and build a fully functioning 3D printer in year 2. In your final year, you will undertake an individual design or research project. This project will arise from a real engineering need and may be sponsored by industry.
You can also take the Industrial Placement Year, which is an additional year-long module that allows you to apply for a placement with an engineering-based organisation. The successful placement will be recognised on your Degree Certificate.
All undergraduate applications for the BEng Mechanical Engineering should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
Find out how to apply and get further details about UCAS’ website, phone and contact details. Specific application deadlines are available on the UCAS website.
Visit the Industrial Placement Year webpage to find the placement year-specific UCAS codes.
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