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)

Viva Aerosoc!

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Despite the difficult circumstances, we have continued to thrive and work together as one......except when we're competing over drones! Co-President George Duggal tells us more.

Our first year in review

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We have had an incredible first year! We've grown quite nicely from just a few students and have enjoyed hosting many social, engineering and outreach events throughout the year too.

All about speakers and awards!

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Birmingham Energy Society kicked off term 2 by welcoming Dr Richard Connolly to talk about how the changes in the energy industry, regarding production and consumption, have shaped global politics.

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