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School of Engineering

The School of Engineering is consistently in the top ten of all UK league tables, including the Guardian University Guide 2019 and The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017 under ‘General Engineering’.

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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.

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 Undergraduate courses (MEng, BEng)

 Taught Postgraduate courses (MSc)

 Research Degrees (PhD, MSc by Research)

 Degree Apprenticeships (BEng Civil and Infrastructure Engineering)

Read what it's like to be a student with our bloggers Nathan (Civil Eng.), and Jane (Mechanical Eng.)

Warwick School of Engineering Undergraduate Programmes Brochure

Warwick School of Engineering Undergraduate Programmes Brochure 2019/20

Rory Reid Dismantles: Speaker

One Show Rory Reid Speakers


How do speakers work and where is the latest tech heading? Rory Reid is at the University of Warwick, where he learns speaker technology has changed little in 100 years. Dr Duncan Billson demonstrates just how simple a rudimentary speaker is to construct - using a little copper wire, a sheet of cellophane and a magnet. But finally the tech is changing… At Warwick Acoustics (a company spun-out from the School of Engineering) electrostatic technology is being used to make £5000 headphones for the most committed audiophiles, but the wafer-thin tech can also be used to mould speakers into any shape or size - including (of course) a special speaker for The One Show. Then Rory puts an ultrasonic directional speaker to the test with the help of two flamenco dancers.

Project showcase

Godiva 3 human-powered submarine

Warwick Submarine

Each year, a group of MEng final-year undergraduate students design and build a human-powered submarine, and race it on an underwater course, competing with other top science and marine engineering students from across the world.

In June last year, the team achieved great success with their submarine Godiva 3 at the International Submarine Races (ISR), held in Maryland, USA. They won awards for ‘Best Design Outline’ and ‘Best Use of Composites’, and came third in their category for speed, reaching 2.52 knots. Read more about Warwick Submarine…