Subsea Controls Systems Engineer

A Subsea Controls System Engineer looks after the systems that control subsea pipelines, and monitors their operation. The Subsea Controls Engineer is responsible for making sure his or her objectives are performed to a high standard and that specific work … Read more…

Chemistry, Forensic and Analytical

Who planted the bomb on the train? How was the will forged? Why did the plastics factory explosion occur? Who ran over the child and drove off? What banned stimulant was the athlete taking? Which internet sites had the suspect … Read more…

Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Laboratory chemists traditionally work on a small scale. They might invent, say, an exciting new polymerisation reaction involving cooling a vessel in an ice bath or heating with a small electric mantle, but they might not appreciate that when moving … Read more…

Chemistry

The modern version of the traditional broad-based Chemistry degree that has been welcomed and respected by industry and commerce for decades. Covering all the significant areas of Chemistry, it is the most adaptable of the MChem qualifications when it comes to … Read more…

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering involves the design, development, operation and management of industrial processes that turn raw materials into valuable products. Chemical engineering is all around us and contributes to everything we do every day (think shower gel, breakfast cereal, clothes, fuel, … Read more…

Mechanical and electrical engineering

There is a great demand in industry for engineering graduates that have a broad range of knowledge, covering both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering disciplines. This course includes the core aspects of the Mechanical Engineering course and combines it with a … Read more…

Engineering

Engineers are in high demand around the world. Our technological society relies completely on engineering and the constant stream of new solutions that are developed by engineers. An engineering degree is intellectually challenging and requires a good grasp of maths … Read more…

Electronic and electrical engineering

Electronic and Electrical Engineering encompasses the design and utilisation of a broad range of vital circuits and systems that fulfil society’s needs in electrical and electronic technologies.

Civil Engineering

As a civil engineer, you’ll be responsible for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of structures and transport networks. We teach you how to plan and deliver the elements that make these up, such as airports, roads, bridges and railways. … Read more…

Civil Engineering

As a civil engineer, or transportation specialist, you’ll help create the built environment around us. In this advanced course, similar to the BEng course but offering an extra year of study and a more in-depth approach, you’ll develop the skills … Read more…