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This page is an introduction to this degree programme
This programme is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
The Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) MEng is a challenging four-year programme designed to produce Mechanical Engineering graduates with a well-rounded understanding of economics, accounting and business practice. These skills are precisely those required by industry for graduates likely to be given significant managerial responsibility at an early stage in their career.
Applying for the MEng rather than the three-year BEng allows you to fulfil the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer status, with a single qualification.
You will study Mechanical Engineering (with Business Finance) in the context of our Integrated Engineering Programme giving you the opportunity to:
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Mechanical Engineering is a broad discipline which can lead you to pursue many different career paths. On completing your degree programme, you can choose from a variety of fields including:
The problem-solving, analytical skills you develop at UCL Mechanical Engineering, alongside your understanding of economics, accounting and business, will make you an attractive candidate for employers in many other fields. These include commerce, banking, and management consultancy.
Dr Manish K Tiwari
Lecturer, UCL Mechanical Engineering
The MEng and BEng EBF degree programmes are comprised 75% of the corresponding MEng and BEng degree programmes in Mechanical Engineering combined with 25% of economics, accounting, and business practice.
The engineering subjects included in the first two years concentrate on fundamental theories.
The third and fourth years develop skills in applying the fundamental knowledge through project work and design assignments, while at the same time allowing students to choose topics that interest them and to study them in some depth.
Mechanical Engineering is a broad discipline requiring you to study a range of areas from mathematical modelling to material science. The module descriptions for this degree programme will give you a more detailed understanding of what you will study at UCL. These include some business modules taught by UCL School of Management
Fourth Year Options
Students must choose 1.5 course units’ worth of optional modules. All modules are worth 0.5 course units unless stated otherwise. No more than one module (0.5 course units) may be at Level 6.
|MECHM01P Engineering in Extreme Environments||MECHM02P Health Assessment of Engineered Structures|
|MECHM004 Materials and Fatigue/Fracture Analysis||MECHM007 Heat Transfer and Heat Systems|
|MECHM009 Electrical Machines and Power Electronic Systems||MECHM020 New and Renewable Energy Systems|
|MECHM005 Applied Thermodynamics and Turbomachinery||MECHM018 Electrical Power Systems and Electrical Propulsion|
|MECHMB04 Applications of Biomedical Engineering||MECHMB08 Medical Imaging|
|MECHMN01 Ship Dynamics (worth 1.0 course units)||MECHMN03 Ship Hydrodynamics (worth 1.0 course units)|
|MSINM005 Business in a Competitive Environment||MSINM703 Organisational ChangeAn elective module worth 0.5 course units at Level 7|
|An elective module worth 0.5 course units at Level 7|
Students must take at least one of the MEng-only optional modules, MECHM01P and MECH02P.
Due to timetabling limitations the following restrictions apply on particular combinations of modules:
Please note: The choice of modules maybe constrained by availability and timetabling.