Study Engineering

Professionally accredited degrees with an emphasis on industry experience.

Research

Engineering at the University of Exeter will give you access to industry leading research facilities and connections.

Industry and Business

Collaborate with us to develop a product or solution, gain expert insight or recruit new talent.

Engineering at the University of Exeter combines science, creativity and critical thinking to solve significant challenges in society. Engineering has always been a driver of innovation and change, and at Exeter, we pride ourselves in continuing this legacy with excellent thinkers and ideas.

Alongside education and research, we have an established history of working with businesses on both a national and international scale, providing solutions in Nano Engineering Science and Technology, Materials and Manufacturing, Management, Water and the Environment, Renewable Energy, Dynamics and Control and Civil and Structural Engineering. Our department is located across both our Streatham and Penryn campuses, with General Engineering at Streatham and Renewable Energy Engineering in Penryn.

Prof Paul Reynolds – Head of Engineering

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