Department of Engineering

  • Five ways the metaverse could be revolutionary for people with disabilities

  • New postgraduate courses to enable innovation in the healthcare sector

  • Quantum technology in the UK: challenges for commercialisation

  • Miniaturised biosensors for minimally invasive implants

  • Pioneering new approaches to postgraduate widening participation

Undergraduate Study & Teaching Michaelmas Term 2021

Find out about our courses, the application process, and the Department's procedures for both prospective and current students.

Graduate Study

Read about the various degree programmes we offer, how to apply, funding, assessment and examination process, and other important information.

Research

Discover the six academic divisions and four strategic themes that make up our Department and learn about their research interests and the projects being carried out.

Latest news

Five ways the metaverse could be revolutionary for people with disabilities

28 Nov 2022

The invention of the world wide web in 1989 eventually brought about life-changing tools for everyone who can access it.

New postgraduate courses to enable innovation in the healthcare sector

24 Nov 2022

The Healthcare Innovation Programme is a set of three successive part-time courses designed to fit with the demands of full-time employment.

Quantum technology in the UK: challenges for commercialisation

23 Nov 2022

As quantum technologies mature, firms are considering how they can apply these technologies to industry, and how they can innovate business models to capture opportunities and deliver value.