- UCAS code
- Programme code
- 3 years
This page is an introduction to this degree programme
- Please visit our Undergraduate Prospectus page for further details and to apply
- You may download the prospectus entry for this programme here (PDF)
This programme is accredited by the IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers)
Introduction to the Engineering (Mechanical) BEng programme
The Engineering (Mechanical) BEng is a challenging three-year programme which will equip you with the analytical and design skills relevant to a wide range of engineering employers. You will learn how to apply a deeper understanding of engineering principles to a range of real world challenge
Integrated Engineering Programme
You will study mechanical engineering in the context of our Integrated Engineering Programme giving you the opportunity to:
- tackle practical engineering challenges throughout your programme
- develop transferable professional skills
- tailor your programme to your interests
- study and collaborate with students in other engineering disciplines
Watch this IET video to learn more.
On completing your mechanical engineering degree programme, career options can be in a wide variety of fields. These include:
- motor vehicle design
- medical engineering
The problem-solving and mathematical skills you develop, will also make you an attractive candidate for employers in many other fields. These include commerce, banking, and management consultancy.
Have a question?
- You may contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for queries related to the content of this degree programme
- For information about fees, accommodation, visas and other issues, visit our Information for Prospective Students website
Modules in the Engineering (Mechanical) BEng programme
- MECH101P Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
- MECH102P Mechanical Engineering Practical Skills 1
- MECH103P Introduction to Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
- MECH104P Engineering Dynamics
- MECH105P Fundamentals of Materials
- ENGS101P Integrated Engineering
- ENGS102P Design and Professional Skills
- ENGS103P Mathematical Modelling and Analysis I
Students must select one minor:
More information on the minors available to students on the Integrated Engineering Minors page.
- MECH201P Manufacturing and Design
- MECH202P Control and Instrumentation
- MECH203P Intermediate Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
- MECH204P Mechanics of Solids and Structures
- MECH205P Engineering Materials: Failure and Design
- MECH206P Design and Professional Skills II (for Mechanical Engineers)
- ENGS203P Mathematical Modelling and Analysis II
Students will be taking two further modules, continuing their minor subject from year two.
You may choose to take a year working in industry between the second and the third years of your BEng degree programme. Please note that:
- this posting needs UCL approval in advance, and
- you will be required to write a comprehensive report on your work and what you learn during the year.
The report is assessed, and the marks are given some weighting in the overall classification of your degree.