Welcome to the
School of Engineering
We are 5th in the UK for Engineering in The Guardian University League Table 2020 and the 3rd most targeted University by UK's Top 100 Graduate Employers (The Graduate Market in 2020, High Fliers Research Ltd). Our research is ranked 3rd among UK integrated Engineering departments in the Research Excellence Framework.
Flexibility is the key to our accredited courses, which can lead to Chartered Engineer status. Covering automotive, civil, electronic, manufacturing, mechanical, and systems engineering, together with business, you will gain a solid general engineering background before specialising in your chosen area.
Find out what one of our courses could do for you...
Why Engineering at Warwick?
IF YOU’RE DRAWN TO THE APPLICATION OF MATHS AND SCIENCE TO CREATE, INNOVATE AND SOLVE REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS YOU MAY BE CONSIDERING STUDYING ENGINEERING.
But if you've had no exposure to engineering disciplines at school or college, deciding on a specialism may not be straightforward.
At Warwick, our flexible, innovative and interdisciplinary courses enable you to experience a range of different engineering disciplines before specialising in a specific area of engineering such as automotive, biomedical systems, civil, electronic, or mechanical engineering, to name but a few. Alternatively you can choose to study a more diverse engineering curriculum or adopt a business focus.
There are so many reasons to study Engineering at Warwick and recently we’ve been ranked:
- 5th for General Engineering in the Guardian University League Table 2020
The 2019 National Student Survey also saw us rated with:
- 87% overall satisfaction across all of our undergraduate courses
- 2nd in the Russell Group for overall satisfaction on our Electronic, Electrical and Electronic, and Systems Engineering courses
- 5th in the Russell Group for overall satisfaction on our Civil Engineering courses
- Top 10 in the Russell Group for overall satisfaction on our Mechanical Engineering courses
As well as our strong reputation and the high quality of teaching and satisfaction our students experience, our courses are about giving you opportunities to expand your horizons and build meaningful connections. This is both as part of your degree – be that through joining societies, forming friendships, studying abroad or gaining work experience, and beyond, as we work hard to develop your industrial and entrepreneurial skills from day one preparing you for the whole range of careers you’ll find open to you when you graduate.
There really hasn’t been a better time to study Engineering at Warwick.
What are you waiting for?
WUSAT is the University of Warwick Satellite Engineering Project. Every year, a group of fourth-year MEng students from the School of Engineering work together on the next stage of the project.
WUSAT-3's mission is to demonstrate wildlife tracking capability to support biologists and conservationists. As a proof of concept, it will detect signals from smart tags placed at several universities around the globe. The tag technology is similar to miniature devices used to monitor wildlife.
Our academic and research staff work with industry and partner organisations to conduct enquiry-driven, fundamental and pioneering research.
We strive for significant impact to make the world a better place.
Warwick Engineering Students Shortlisted for National Award
Female Engineer elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
Warwick Biomedical Engineer Leandro Pecchia featured in the Financial Times for Artificial Intelligence for fully automated diabetes kit.
Creating opportunity for women in engineering with our Women in Engineering Scholars Programme
Women in Engineering: who is your inspiration?