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Elevate your skills in engineering principles, issues, and implications and expand your ability to address key challenges in the sector.

With fantastic specialist facilities, guidance from expert academics and a longstanding history in engineering, studying engineering at Herts is a perfect stepping-stone to building upon your existing technical and professional skills to advance your career.

We offer courses in an array of engineering fields allowing for flexibility of choice in where you wish to develop your expertise. From aerospace, automotive, civil, electronic, electronics, robotics and mechanical engineering, to supply chain and manufacturing management, you will find your fit here!

Our engineering courses integrate skills-based content with professional know-how. You will become a critical thinker, better able to approach solution development with a forward-thinking and analytical approach that will help you thrive in your chosen career path.

You will benefit from industry standard facilities including simulation laboratories, automotive workshops, wind tunnels and more. There is a strong focus on experiential learning with hands on learning environments and project-based course structure.

Many of our courses are accredited by authoritative bodies including the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAes), the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). We also have excellent industry links with organisations such as Rolls Royce, Thales, McLaren and Samsung, providing unique opportunities for students.

Previous graduates have gone on to pursue careers as testing engineers, supply chain managers, communications systems engineers and beyond in major companies including Transport for London, British Gas, Tesco, DHL and Ferrari.

Why choose Herts?

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2nd in the UK

Overall –  Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES, Advance HE, 2023)

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Inspiring spaces

Brand new School of Physics, Engineering and Computer Science building, opening in 2024