Engineering (Mechanical) BEng
3 year BEng Honours Degree
|UCAS codes||Institution: U80||Course: H300||Short title: BEng/MechE|
We admit students with good A-level standard or equivalent and aim to teach them analytical and design skills relevant to a wide-range of companies that employ mechanical engineers. The teaching of computing and management skills is also an important part of the programme.
Obtaining Chartered Status
The first two years of study are similar to the MEng degree programme, but inevitably the shorter BEng degree does not allow such breadth and depth of study. It follows that students wishing to attain chartered status would have to undergo a further year of study, most usually on an approved specialist MSc degree programme. Another possibility would be for students to transfer to the MEng programme, which is permitted at the end of the second year providing that the student's performance for the first two years has been at either first or upper second-class honours level.
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If you require further information please contact our Undergraduate Administrator:
Department of Mechanical Engineering
University College London
Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 7178
Fax: +44 (0)20 7388 0180
This shows the degree structure confirmed for 2013-14. We are continually updating and improving our programmes so the content for 2014-15 may differ. The degree programmes are organised on a course-unit basis, with 4 units taken in each year. These 4 units are achieved by a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, project work, design studies, practical computer work and laboratory experiments.
CEGE3010 Financial Aspects of Project Engineering & Contracting
For both the MEng or the BEng programmes around one half of the
third year is spent developing skills through a Project and
a series of Design assignments. You can either
select your Project from a long list put forward by staff or you can suggest
your own topic. You will work under the supervision of a member of academic
staff and have available to you the resources and the support of technicians
from our workshops. Students often find that their project is the most
satisfying part of their course as they have the opportunity to achieve
something useful, while learning at the same time. In recent years, we have had
students winning Design Council prizes for their project work and on several
more occasions the results of their projects have been published in major
technical journals. Many of our projects are linked with industry.
For comprehensive details on UCL's application procedures and sources of funding please click here - How to apply
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