Undergraduate programmes

Engineering (Mechanical) BEng
Engineering (Mechanical) MEng
Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) BEng
Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) MEng
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UPDATE: UK vote to leave EU

Following the UK vote to leave the EU, here is a statement from UCL

For prospective students from the EU it is worth noting that:

  • The vote to leave the EU does not mean there will be any immediate material change to the immigration status of prospective EU students
  • UCL has no plans to change the tuition fees for EU students that have already been published for 2016/17
  • EU students who are registered at the university in 2016/17 will continue to be charged the home rate for tuition fees for all subsequent years of their programme.


Integrated Engineering Programme

Studying Mechanical Engineering at UCL means learning the core analytical and practical skills of the discipline, in the wider context of our faculty's Integrated Engineering Programme.

This means you will work on practical engineering challenges from day one, collaborating in multidisciplinary teams, with students from Computer Science, Civil and Electrical Engineering amongst others. 

It also means that, along with the engineering knowledge you will acquire, you will develop essential skills to further enhance your employability. Further, you will be able to tailor your course to your specific interests as they develop, choosing from a range of minors from Aersopace to Biomechanics.

Learn more about our distinct approach to engineering education in this video.

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