Undergraduate degrees

We are pleased to announce new programmes for 2018 entry. 

Aerospace Engineering is a continually-expanding sector. This growing industry will require skilled graduates who will be centre stage in solving important technological challenges. Learn more:

The University of Birmingham and PwC have collaborated to launch a four year, fully-funded technology degree apprenticeship to develop the UK’s next generation of technology talent, to meet the needs of industry. Learn more:

Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering; in space or underwater, in the home or at work, on or in the human body, electromechanical systems that sense and interact with their environment are an integral part of life in the 21st century. Learn more:

Making important decisions in science and engineering is exciting, but transferring the knowledge and skills to the next generation gives us even more of a buzz. That is our main educational aim here in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.

Whether you’re into cars or computers, robots or robust materials, there is a dynamic course for you, taught by experts who know how vital it is to find answers to tomorrow’s problems today.

Our Schools are highly rated, making our graduates among the first off the blocks when it comes to getting a top job in industry or academia.

If you study with us, you will be at the cutting-edge of science with facilities to match – and there really is no more thrilling a place to be.

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