Engineering courses

​Applying for university in 2019?

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Are you interested in studying engineering?

We've been working hard to develop a selection of new engineering courses which will begin accepting students from September 2019.

There are a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available:

Undergraduate courses

Postgraduate courses

*These courses will begin accepting students from September 2020, course details coming soon. 

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Professor Shujun Zhang

Professor of Computing and Technology

Shujun has more than 30 years’ experience of engineering and computing research and teaching in higher education. He has published over 100 academic p​apers, contributed to four books and is currently co-authoring two research books. His main areas of interest include applied computing and innovative product design and development, including bionics engineering.

Research of bionic principle and key technologies for cell-pulsation-based health enhancement systems

The health of living organisms is dependent on a cell’s condition and research shows that the more energetically a cell pulses, the healthier it is. This project employs scientific and engineering theories to study the relationship between electromagnetic signals and cell pulsations, with the aim of developing bionic technologies to enhance cell pulsations and, hence, their health.

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