Engineering Courses

Computer and Network Technology BSc (Hons)

Study:Full Time, Duration:4 years , UCAS Code: W240 BA/DI

Graduates of Mechanical Engineering have a wide range of employment opportunities with past student obtaining jobs with companies including ICI, Rolls Royce, British Aerospace, Alvis-Vickers Defence Systems and Shell (UK). Our courses are constantly reviewed and adapted to reflect the dynamic industry environment and the changing needs of employers; this is further reflected in high graduate employment rates.


Electronic Design Technology (Completion) BEng (Hons)

Study:Full Time, Duration:4 years , UCAS Code: H610 BEng/EleDT

This top-up degree programme aims to produce electronic engineering graduates with the necessary skills and attributes to take up roles within the mobile communications industry as professional engineers. It aims to produce graduates who, with strong practical and design skills, can apply existing and emerging technology in the modern engineering environment.


Mechanical Design and Technology (Completion) BEng (Hons)

Study:Full Time, Duration:1 year , UCAS Code: H603 BEng/MenDT

This to-up degree focuses on the application of mechanical engineering technology particularly as practiced by engineering designers. It is targeted at students who prefer an applications or design approach to mechanical engineering. It aims to produce graduates who can apply key mechanical engineering concepts and design skills to reach a deeper understanding of the behavior or performance of components, machines and systems. Career Opportunities: Graduates are employed in positions such as; buying, range selection, product development, visual merchandising, trend prediction, design, styling promotion and public relations nationally and internationally.

Mobile Communication Technology (Completion) BSc/Beng

Study:Full Time, Duration:3/4 years , UCAS Code: G550 BSc/EH4

We all hear new technical buzzwords and acronyms all the time: Wi-Fi, SATNAV, GPRS, 3G, LANs, Blackberry…. But what are all these things? Find out by studying Mobile Communication Technology – one of the fastest moving and most exciting fields of engineering. It has brought about a technological age all of its own, where you can watch video clips on your iPad or mobile; internet and email access is a menu button away on your mobile phone and in-car satellite navigation (SATNAV) systems can map a route and direct you through the traffic.

Electrical Power Engineering MSc

Study:Full Time, Duration:12/16 Months, UCAS Code:

This innovative Masters course encourages students to take a holistic view of the total engineering process from design through to the finished product. It equips candidates with a wide range of the necessary academic intellectual tools and personal skills to pursue a career in many diverse engineering fields – design, manufacture, research and development, computer-aided engineering, health and safety, environment issues, oil and off-shore, insurance, automotive, etc. The emphasis is very much on project work involving real industrial problems.

Mechanical Engineering MSc

Study:Full Time, Duration:12/16 Months, UCAS Code:

This innovative Masters course encourages students to take a holistic view of the total engineering process from design through to the finished product. It equips candidates with a wide range of the necessary academic intellectual tools and personal skills to pursue a career in many diverse engineering fields – design, manufacture, research and development, computer-aided engineering, health and safety, environment issues, oil and off-shore, insurance, automotive, etc. The emphasis is very much on project work involving real industrial problems.


Microelectronic and Communications Engineering MSc

Study:Full-Time, Duration:12/16Months , UCAS Code:

This programme has been designed with a complementary set of modules that will built skills to the level that enables students to work in either the microelectronic pr communications engineering sectors in addition to achieving the University MSc qualification.