Our degree programmes
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Our courses are fully accredited by the relevant professional engineering institutions and include opportunities to study abroad or spend a year working in industry.
This 12 month foundation programme is aimed at candidates without the appropriate qualifications for direct entry.
We will provide an introduction to the range of main Engineering disciplines well as the Mathematics, Physics and Information Technology required to undertake further study.
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|Peirianneg gyda Blwyddyn Sylfaen (BEng)||H101|
Architectural, Civil and Environmental Engineering
This fully accredited programme provides an in-depth education in civil engineering with an emphasis on structural engineering and the built environment.
Develop the multidisciplinary skills and knowledge to tackle the challenges of modern building creation.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
This course provides a thorough understanding of civil engineering theory and its practical applications through laboratory and research work, field courses and design classes, with a particular emphasis on the environment.
You will develop skills to meet the challenge of sustainable provision in engineering, covering everything from transport to natural resources.
Electrical, Electronic and Integrated Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
This research-led degree provides the candidate with hands on and highly relevant training in a vibrant and fast moving discipline.
You will benefit from state-of-the art resources and consistent input resulting from our strong links with employers and industry.
Industrial input in the fields of Electrical and Electronic Engineering comes from RWE npower, Western Power Distribution, Cogent Power, Thyssen-Krupp Electrical Steel, EADS, BT, BAE Systems, EADS, Babcock Marine, Keysight Technologies, and Rhode & Schwarz.
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This programme covers many aspects of electrical, electronic, mechanical and manufacturing engineering to produce engineers of the highest quality.
You will develop a range of engineering skills that can be applied to any number of specific disciplines, or worked across in this increasingly inter-connected industry.
Mechanical and Medical Engineering
Mechanical engineering is a wide ranging discipline which involves the design, construction and operation of a huge array of products and processes.
Our graduates are in high demand from employers and, as a mechanical engineer, you may find yourself designing car engines, working on materials for the aerospace industry, improving manufacturing through the latest 3D printing processes, or developing the latest intelligent robots.
Despite being a relatively new area of undergraduate study, the Medical Engineering programme at Cardiff is one of the best established in the UK.
We produce engineers who are both highly competent in the fields of clinical or bioengineering and adaptable to fields outside of medicine.
Our modules are supported by collaboration with Biomet, Simpleware and Arthritis Research UK. Many of the guest lecturers are linked to health care providers such as the Cardiff and Vale Orthopaedic Centre, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, and the Medical Physics Department.
Links have been forged with other University departments such as Biosciences, Psychology, the Business School and Dentistry, as well as clinicians in Orthopaedics and Radiography to ensure learning material is as up-to-date as possible.