Studying Engineering will enable you to delve into the innovative development of tools, devices, and infrastructure that we use daily.
You will use your knowledge of sciences like Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics alongside critical thinking and ingenuity to navigate yourself through your degree. You will face some complex problems, which will involve replacing manual work with automation or creating more durable and efficient materials to improve current and future infrastructure. Careers graduates enter are Industrial Design, Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Biomedical Engineers, and others.
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A degree programme based on the ongoing needs of industry, while focusing on the traditional disciplines of oil, gas and petrochemical production.
Mathematical models and applications are behind all of today’s scientific developments. Physics is the most fundamental of the sciences, concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. This course combines modules from mathematics and astrophysics.
This degree covers both the hardware and software engineering aspects of the discipline. During the course, students will gain extensive practical experience and we provide good access to interactive computer services.
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