Amrin Wahid talks about her experiences studying the MSc Engineering and Management at the University of Exeter.
Engineering programmes at the University of Exeter maintain a firm focus on the current and future needs of industry. Our teaching is backed by internationally leading research exploring various real world problems such as urban water management, data storage systems, manufacturing and advanced materials. We have an excellent reputation with employers. Many of our graduates become professional engineers and others are now working in senior management positions in finance and commerce.
We conduct valued research in most of the major branches of engineering and our expertise ensures you will be trained to the highest standards. Our taught masters programmes are designed to equip students for professional positions in engineering, while our research degrees open the door to academic or industrial research careers.
Why study postgraduate Engineering at the University of Exeter?
Visit the University Applications pages for full details on how to apply. On these pages you will find information about applying for a postgraduate programme, including what happens after you apply, when you have an offer, how to accept your offer and meet your offer conditions.