Discover our engineering courses and find out more about our facilities at University of Gloucestershire.
Study an undergraduate degree in engineering at the University. Discover our undergraduate engineering courses below.
If you’re returning to education or don’t think you’ll meet the entry requirements for your course, an integrated foundation degree could be a great option. They provide an extra year of study to equip you with the skills needed to confidently progress to a full degree.
Postgraduate taught courses
Study a postgraduate degree in engineering at the University. Discover our postgraduate engineering courses below.
Postgraduate research degrees
Research degrees including PhDs, Doctorates or Masters by Research enable you to pursue your own research enquiry.
96% of our graduates are in employment or further study*
*Graduate Outcomes Survey published 2023 and based on 2020/21 leavers
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We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about engineering degrees.
If you have an interest in studying engineering you’ll have a problem-solving mindset and be interested in how things work and function. Depending on which area of engineering interests you, we have a range of courses that can be tailored to meet your ambitions.
Engineering is a vast subject, with many different specialisms. If you study an engineering degree you’ll set yourself up for a career within one of the most expansive industries.
Depending on what interests you, you can pick from varying engineering specialisms from mechatronics to electrical engineering.
We offer a range of engineering degrees in different areas within engineering.
At undergraduate level we offer:
At postgraduate level we offer:
If you are interested in taking your expertise in engineering to the next step, you can study a research degree in engineering technologies, choosing a topic to further investigate and research within our engineering and computing labs at University of Gloucestershire.
Undertaking an engineering degree can lead to many different career paths within the vast subject. Depending on your degree specialism you can become a controls, system, electronics and electrical engineer, a systems manager, mechatronics engineer. You could use your knowledge within the product design industry and use CAD/CAM software.
There is also the opportunity to further your engineering knowledge through postgraduate study.