From aeronautical and transport to civil and chemical – there are so many possibilities when you choose to study engineering or production.
Explores the research, design, technology, development, construction and testing of aircraft.
Examines the design, manufacture and operation of ground-based vehicles – including cars, motorbikes and buses.
Exploring the possibilities of converting chemicals and raw materials into more useful and valuable forms.
The design and construction of the built environment such as roads, buildings, canals, dams, etc.
Exploring the theory and practice of the different aspects of communications systems.
Combining computer science and electrical engineering to develop computer software and hardware.
Developing, planning and designing new buildings and infrastructures, plus updating old ones.
The study of electricity and electronics with subfields including computers, telecommunications and microelectronics.
Designing, evaluating, maintaining, testing and developing all types of electronics.
Looking at energy efficiency and systems, including renewable energy sources and oil and natural gas.
Deals with different manufacturing practices, including the research, design and development of systems and equipment.
One of the broadest categories of engineering concerned with the design and operation of machinery.
Exploring the design and development of software including database technology and product design.
Examining the design and analysis of load-bearing structures including bridges, dams and oil rigs.
Creating and developing models to try out engineering ideas to test and analyse new products.
Planning and designing the facilities for different modes of transportation.
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