Shaping the future of Cyber Security and Engineering
Our portfolio of four full-time undergraduate degrees comprises one course delivered directly by WMG and three courses delivered in collaboration with the School of Engineering.
The University of Warwick is recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security Research, and an Academic Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security Education by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). Delivered at the WMG Cyber Security Centre, our BSc Cyber Security degree will help you develop a deep understanding of cyber space, starting with the fundamentals of software development, computer architecture, networks, operating systems, and information risk management.
Our BEng and MEng engineering courses are delivered collaboratively with the School of Engineering, providing access to the very best expertise and facilities.
Cyber security seeks to enable the good and prevent the bad in cyber space. For you to contribute to this task, you will learn a broad range of theory and practice on a course fully certified by NCSC, a part of GCHQ. Most things will be viewed from two perspectives: what should happen, and what does happen. Many cyber security challenges lurk in this gap between concept and reality. Explore prevalent cyber security topics in the context of software engineering, programming languages, human-computer interaction, and managing and securing information.
Courses delivered with the School of Engineering
Our engineering courses are delivered collaboratively by the School of Engineering, providing access to the very best expertise and facilities. Applications for the following courses will be managed by the School of Engineering:
Gain skills ranging from mechanical design, electronic systems, manufacturing techniques, management, ergonomics and human perception of things such as noise, vibration and performance. You'll graduate from this BEng/MEng degree as a well-rounded automotive engineer equipped for a broad range of career options.
Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering
Master modern technologies and skills such as robotics, lifecycle analysis, computer-aided design and simulation. This BEng/MEng degree will provide you with a significant understanding of management techniques and skills alongside technical subjects to give you the confidence to innovate and lead in a globally sustainable economy.
Engineering Business Management
Learn how you can be the key interface between roles as diverse as design, manufacturing, marketing, contract management and supply chain management. This BEng degree responds to real demand for graduates with technical knowledge as well as strategic business management and entrepreneurial skills.
Helping students develop
WMG supports a variety of undergraduate student-led projects with direct connections to industry partners, demonstrating the breadth and depth of skills that our students apply both individually and collaboratively as part of teams. Each project is supported by PhD students, academics, technicians, and industry sponsors.
From Formula Student and locomotive engineering to advanced robotics and electric superbike development, the projects develop students by teaching time management, risk management, group working, and giving practical hands-on experience.
Bringing together the best of higher education and work-based learning, we’ve developed apprenticeship programmes with our industry partners for undergraduates and postgraduates that deliver expert insights and engaging learning experiences, allowing you to apply academic learning whilst working on live projects to increase professional competency. We’ve also created bespoke programmes such as the Dyson Engineering Degree, and we’re always keen to develop more.
We asked some of our Degree Apprentices why they chose this route, hear what they say and their top tips for applying.
Studying with WMG
Through WMG’s programme of extra-curricular activities and dedicated support, you’ll enhance your CV, develop academic skills, network with businesses and build lasting relationships with your fellow students.
The Times Good University Guide
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The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024 ranks Warwick 9th in the list of the UK’s top universities, looking at factors spanning entry requirements to graduate employability, to help students make informed decisions about their higher education.
WMG saw a total of 321 Master's, Postgraduate Research and Undergraduate degree students graduate from the Class of 2022.
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