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Specialist engineering knowledge to set you apart.

We are now accepting applications for entry onto our Masters programmes starting on 1st October 2018. Generous scholarships are available.

Where will an Engineering MSc from Warwick take you?

All our MSc courses can lead to you achieving Chartered Engineer status if you hold an accredited first degree and are a solid grounding for a specialist career in industry or research. To learn more about our programmes please complete the form below and we will keep in touch.

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Advanced mechanical engineering

Applying computational methods and packages in mechanical engineering analysis that can be taken into industry or research.

Biomedical Engineering

Strong links with UK and international institutions develop understanding of advanced Biomedical Engineering applications.

Communications and Information Engineering

Exploring ‘big data’ to acquire the essential elements of modern information engineering and

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Energy and Power Engineering

Add value to your general engineering or science bachelor’s degree to enter a field where you will be highly sought after.

Sustainable Energy Technologies

Ideal for graduate engineers who wish to pursue a career in the energy technologies industry, including wind, tidal, solar, fuel cells and biomass.

Tunnelling and Underground Space

Gain knowledge, understanding and skills to design and build the underground infrastructure of the future at what's fast becoming the UK’s centre of excellence for tunnelling.

Essential Information


Twelve months full-time for all courses.
MSc in Tunnelling and Underground Space can be studied over 24 months.

Start date

Monday 1st October 2018

International Students

For overseas candidates, minimum English language requirements apply.

Minimum entry requirements

  • Second class honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant branch of engineering or science from a good University.
  • Two academic references from your current/last institution.

There is non-refundable online application fee for taught postgraduate courses.