Study manufacturing subjects such as mechanical design, manufacturing systems, alternative energy, operations and quality management, and automated manufacture at this Engineering (Hons) at University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).Or study electronics subjects like robotics, signal processing, computer networks and embedded systems.Apply your knowledge through a series of live projects with real clients to ensure you're industry-ready when you graduate.Get an inside track on the industry ideas and career options at presentations from visiting professionals.
Where can it take me?
Choose from engineering careers in the UK and overseas. Opportunities include positions as computer-aided design (CAD) engineers, technicians, mechanical engineers, project managers, and product support engineers.
Careers / Further study
Your combined understanding of engineering practice, information technology (IT), project management and business will equip you for work in a range of industries and professions.
These range from mechanical design, manufacture and operations management, to alternative energies and electronics.Recent graduates have gone on to work as CAD engineers, technicians, mechanical engineers, project managers and product support engineers.
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Applicants can make a 'late' UCAS application up until 30 June, and at UWE Bristol, we continue to accept applications to a course until it’s full.
Full-time (part-time by negotiation)
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Some international students may need additional education in order to qualify for a degree. In conjunction with its partner organisation, Kaplan International Pathways, the University of West England, Bristol offers a number of entry route options for students, including undergraduate and postgraduate pathway courses.
A pathway course offers complete preparation for university-level study, and is taken at the UWE Bristol’s International College. Upon successful completion of their course at the required level, students planning to progress are guaranteed a place on their chosen degree.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
The funding that you are eligible for depends on your fee status, the type of programme you are studying and when you start your UWE Bristol studies.
Please note: To be considered for a scholarship, you must hold an offer to study at the University and fulfil certain eligibility. The scholarship availability, amount and eligibility will depend on the country and/or region that you come from.
For the best chance of being considered for a scholarship, we recommend that you apply early for the course that you are interested in studying.
Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.
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