Undergraduate

engineering council accredited degree logoWe offer undergraduate courses in several Engineering disciplines, at both BEng and MEng level.

Each MEng is the three years of the relevant BEng with an extra year of study on the end. An MEng places greater emphasis on industrially-related project work, advanced technical content and leadership, and is the academic foundation for Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.

All subjects have the possibility of working for a year in industry or studying abroad, between the second and third years of study.

The degree programmes are all honours degrees and are accredited by the appropriate professional engineering bodies.

General Engineering BEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H100, H103, H102
From prosthetic limbs to exploratory spacecraft, engineers build extraordinary things. But doing so often takes more than specialist expertise. In this general engineering degree, you’ll take a broad approach by choosing the areas that fascinate you most.

General Engineering MEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
4-5 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H105, H104, H107
To solve engineering problems in the real world, you need the right qualifications. While this general engineering degree gives you a solid grounding across disciplines, it’s also your best route towards becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Aerospace Engineering BEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H400, H403, H404
We’ve come a long way since the Wright Brothers. But in an area as innovative as aerospace engineering, the sky truly is the limit. From flight dynamics to aero-engine design, you’ll learn what it takes to make your mark in this exciting field.

Aerospace Engineering MEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
4-5 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H401, H402, H405
With advances in technology and design, aircraft engineering is always evolving. In theory and practice, this aerospace engineering degree will help you tackle these challenges, while also setting you up to become a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Electronic and Electrical Engineering BEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H650, H652, H651
From power generation and distribution, to renewable energy and aerospace control systems – few branches are as far-reaching as electronic and electrical engineering. You’ll be covering plenty of ground, but you’ll have a chance to specialise too.

Electronic and Electrical Engineering MEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
4-5 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H601, H630, H670
In a field as fast-moving as electronic and electrical engineering, it makes sense to get the right qualifications under your belt. Along with gaining specialist skills and knowledge, this degree is your ticket to becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Mechanical Engineering BEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
3-4 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H300, H301, H302
Spacecraft and satellites. Reactors and robots. Mechanical engineering is at the core of most systems that move. But how is technology improving their performance? To build the future, you need to keep up with it. And this degree will show you how.

Mechanical Engineering MEng (with optional year abroad or in industry)
4-5 years, full-time | UCAS codes: H305, H307, H306
New biomedical technologies. More effective pollution control systems. Mechanical engineering projects are evolving by the day. This degree will help you stay ahead of the curve, while also setting you up to become a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Engineering with Foundation Year BEng  (with optional year abroad or in industry)
4-5 years, full-time | UCAS code: H199
Engineers solve problems – including ones involving their education. If you don’t quite have the entry requirements to study an engineering degree at Leicester, this engineering foundation degree will get you there.