Undergraduate degrees

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.

Hear from our students

The best way to find out what it's really like to study in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is from the people who know it best, our students. They regularly blog about their experiences and more generally about life at the University.

Read our student blogs

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Aerospace Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Foundation Year

If you do not hold the correct combination of subjects to apply for year one entry please visit the appropriate foundation year page:

UK/EU

International

Scholarships

At the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences we are keen to ensure that fears about finance do not constrain prospective international students from considering university and that academic excellence is rewarded.

Scholarships are available at a course level, please check the relevant school/department scholarship page for information. There may be further scholarships for your chosen course in undergraduate funding database.

The University offers a number of scholarships to outstanding international students.  There are also a number of scholarships available that are provided externally to international students wishing to study in Birmingham. Visit our ‘scholarships for international students’ section and select your region.