Metallurgy and Materials

Welcome to Metallurgy and Materials. This discipline provides an understanding of how materials behave and how they can be used and improved; essential to the development of new products.

We offer undergraduate courses in Materials Science and Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Science. 

We also offer a range of postgraduate study opportunities and carry out leading-edge research.


New research paves the way for many new molecular crystals with fantastic new properties

Halogen-bonded cocrystallization with phosphorus, arsenic and antimony acceptors

New Apprenticeship Standard for Materials Scientists and Engineers of the Future

The University of Birmingham has joined forces with industry to develop an apprenticeship for the next generation of materials scientists and engineers.

Professor Paul Withey discusses single-crystal superalloys for jet engine turbines on Aerospace Engineering podcast

Paul Withey, Professor of Casting at the School of Metallurgy and Materials, features in the latest eposide of the Aerospace Engineering podcast.
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