As a Masters student in the Engineering Department, you will be able to develop your technical and professional skills to the next level and get the opportunity to apply your abilities to real problems.
Silicon based electronics and embedded software now pervades the systems and devices we use on a daily basis and is the key enabling technology for internet based systems, automation and vehicle systems.Learn more
The Engineering Project Management programme is aimed at engineers wishing to advance their engineering and organisational skills and enable the move from a technical to a technical-managerial position.Learn more
Mechanical Engineering combines scientific principles, mathematics and 'realisation'. Scientific principles underpin all aspects of engineering, while mathematics is the language used to quantify and optimise solutions.Learn more
Mechanical engineering is the basis of just about anything that has movable parts, which includes areas like transport (automotive, railway, aerospace), renewable energy, and manufacturing.Learn more
Similar to the Department’s Engineering Project Management (EPM) course, this programme contains taught technical engineering modules, taught modules to teach project management theory and group and individual projects to apply the skills.Learn more
This course is designed to equip graduates with the specialist skills in modern wireless communication systems such as 3G, Wi-Fi, mobile WiMAX and LTE, space-time coding, software defined radio, and reconfigurable analogue and digital RF systems.Learn more