Engineering, Computing and Mathematics

Develop critical thinking and enhance your problem-solving skills in a growing industry

Engineering, Computing and Mathematics

Develop critical thinking and enhance your problem-solving skills in a growing industry

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Ranked 21st out of 121 universities in the UK

The Guardian University Guide 2022

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in the UK for our amazing student support – out of 131 institutions

WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2019

Top 25

Ranked 25th in the UK for student satisfaction

National Student Survey 2021

Build practical  solutions with fellow students and business 

Engineering, Computing, and Mathematics Courses 

Study theory and practical topics

Choose a course with a range of uses and gain practical experience as you prepare for your career.

Select a learning level
  • All
  • Undergraduate
  • Postgraduate
  • Degree apprenticeship
  • Foundation degree
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BEng (Hons) Design Engineering

Explore a range of design strategies and processes as you develop the technical, digital and practical skills you need to have an impact in the industry.
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BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Explore electronics, photonics and electrical engineering as you complete practical projects and benefit from industry partnerships at the Digital and Engineering Technology Park.
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BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering with Integrated Foundation Year

Prepare for your studies with an engineering foundation year and explore electronics, photonics and electrical engineering as you complete practical projects at the Digital and Engineering Technology Park.
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BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

Apply your mechanical knowledge and experience in workshops and lab sessions at the Engineering Technology Park and complete design-build challenges with fellow students. 
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BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with Integrated Foundation Year

Prepare for higher education with a foundation year and apply your mechanical knowledge and experience in workshops and lab sessions at the Engineering Technology Park as you complete design-build challenges with fellow students. 
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BSc (Hons) Computer Science

Apply your mechanical knowledge and experience in workshops and lab sessions at the Engineering Technology Park and complete design-build challenges with fellow students. 

BSc (Hons) Mathematics

Explore the essential core of pure mathematics as you learn to understand the world around you on our exciting and insightful course.
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BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Secondary Teaching (QTS)

Explore your passion for teaching mathematics as you qualify as a secondary school teacher in just three years.
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BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Statistics

Explore the essential core of mathematics and statistics as you learn their real-world applications and their relationship to modern data analysis.
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Electrical/Electronic Technical Support Engineer Degree Apprenticeship

Earn your BEng Electronic and Electrical Engineering by attending university part time and develop your electrical understanding and practical engineering skills.
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Manufacturing Engineer Degree Apprenticeship

Work towards your BEng Mechanical Engineering degree as you build your workplace experience and graduate with no tuition fee debt.
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MSc Computer Science

Complete interactive workshops at the £35 million Digital Technology Park as you develop specialist knowledge in traditional and growing areas of computer science.
Students using University computers

MSc Data Science and Analytics

Learn to extract value from data and use your mathematical, computational and presentational skills to boost your career in Data Sciences.
Explore the Engineering Technology Park
Discover the facilities you can access on your degree.

Study at the Engineering Technology Park 

Access industry standard facilities 

Our Tech Park is the UK’s first purpose-built facility for delivering engineering through our unique Conceive - Design - Implement - Operate (CDIO) practical learning approach.

With teaching labs containing industry-leading equipment and apparatus, you will enjoy facilities including:

  • A large, double height space for delivering unique, exciting and rewarding design and build experiences
  • Practical, project-orientated engineering workshop and teaching facilities
  • Dedicated electronics and mechanics laboratories
  • Fabrication laboratory
  • Facilities to teach Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  • Renewable labs (e.g. Solar PV and wind turbine modules)
  • Control and instrumentation lab
  • Power electronics and automation lab
  • Electrical machines lab
  • Digital electronics lab
  • Communication and circuit kits
  • Engineering workshop and Machining centre (e.g. CNC machines, drills, laser cutter, and specialist 3D printers)

Complete work placements

Graduate with industry experience

Work with real world businesses to complete live projects and work with client specifications throughout your studies.

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Engineering students building project in Tech Park

Meet and work with industry partners

Network with industry companies as you study

Meet our network of partners and benefit from shared facilities at the Technology Park as you boost your CV before you graduate.

Expert teaching staff

Learn from leading experts and published writers

Head of Engineering, Computing and Design

Stuart is active in remote sensing research and a co-founder of a technology company, Plymouth Rock Technologies.

Lecturer in Computer Science

Mohammad is a researcher and lecturer in Artificial Intelligence (AI) with a proven track record of publications. He has designed and developed several novel computational techniques in areas of AI.

Head of Mathematics

Ian has 15 years of University research experience and has held mathematics, physics and engineering teaching posts in Higher, Further and Private educational institutions.

Be more than just a number

Learn from lecturers who know you by name

Your lecturers are invested in your individual development. They will get to know you throughout your degree, with regular class sizes of up to 30 people, and support your professional and academic journey.

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