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Addressing the complex challenges of the 21st century requires graduates who can use a range of engineering technologies, mathematical skills and design methods to define, develop and deliver solutions that meet user requirements, offer value for money and are environmentally effective. Mathematics is as an integral part of engineering, but also provides solutions in computing, finance, business and health. Our staff work in integrated teams, covering a range of subject disciplines, to deliver programmes of research and study that aim to challenge, enthuse and stimulate students, providing them with the best possible positioning for their future careers.
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Enhance and update your skills and continue your professional development with a postgraduate qualification at the university for the real world. The Department of Engineering Design and Mathematics offers a number of courses that can lead to a Masters by Research, Masters in Science (MSc), Postgraduate Diploma or Postgraduate Certificate. This flexibility caters for those who wish to continue their studies while remaining in full-time employment, as well as for those looking to further their qualifications on a full-time basis.
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MRes Engineering provides a flexible framework if you're an engineering graduate intending to specialise in a specific area of interest, such as aircraft design, robotics system development, vehicle performance or intelligent systems. Read more
Engineering and the part it has to play in shaping the future is shifting at an unprecedented rate - with global challenges, technology revolution, fast innovation and a range of related issues demanding ever greater skills, awareness and agility from today's industry and business leaders. Read more
Professional engineering institutions now require engineers to have at least Masters level knowledge, such as an MEng or MSc qualification, to achieve professional registration as a Chartered Engineer. Read more
MSc by Research Robotics is a fast-developing discipline that combines long-established areas of electronic and mechanical engineering with the latest innovations in computing and life sciences. Read more
Progress and innovation in robotics is now faster than ever, and is providing a wide range of industries and professions access to increasingly sophisticated autonomous and remotely operated devices with a widening range of applications and uses including manufacturing, agriculture, security and medicine. Read more