Metallurgy and Materials

In Metallurgy and Materials we explore how materials behave and how they can be used and improved. We work closely with industry to accelerate the rate at which innovations reach practical application using manufacturing methods which have revolutionised materials performance and safety.

Our research-intensive teaching gives students a learning experience that generates the most sought-after and transferable skills. We offer a range of taught and research degrees including Materials Science and Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Science.

Top 10

in the UK for GPA & 4* Engineering research.

(REF 2021)

SATNAV goes digital!

SATNAV

SATNAV has not escaped the effects of COVID-19. But while some doors have closed, others have opened. Mia Wroe tells us about the society's exiting new members and how they've responded to the pandemic.

Meet our student groups at the Virtual EPS Societies Fair

Our student groups are so unique that we have our own Fair so you can meet them! In the week of 12-16 October we introduced you to our incredible student groups with the first Virtual Fair. Watch the recordings here.

UBRacing - the year so far

The team has been working hard to put everything in place ready for our main build season, with our monocoque manufacture nearing completion and testing well underway. Team Principal David Owen tells us more.

Hello from Investment Society!

Investment Society

We've decided to take a new approach. Gone are the days where you had to be an economics/finance student to join. We welcome all students from any degree or background, even if you don't know anything about investing.

Hello from The Economics Society!

econsoc

The Economics Society is now part of the EPS Community! We're branching out to welcome new members from Engineering and Science subjects interested in learning more about economics and the sector.

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