Our integrated Master’s in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering aims to prepare you for your future career. You’ll study for a year longer than the BEng(Hons) course, with the aim of equipping you with the skills you need to lead teams, guiding the creativity and work of others. Engineers are at the forefront of innovation in the UK and across the world. Our integrated Master’s has been designed to give you a wide understanding of engineering, and build up a knowledge of the social, economic and ethical contexts of the industry in your final year. It could be the ideal first step on your way to a rewarding and exciting career. Large, complex projects often involve groups of engineering teams from different disciplines. Organisations and businesses are looking for engineers who have a broad range of skills and can see the bigger picture. That’s why our course is designed to give you a good grounding in both mechanical and electrical engineering. We’ll give you the chance to get involved in practical work and projects to develop your problem-solving skills. It all helps to prepare you for working in the industry in the future. During your studies you’ll be taught by professional engineers, many of whom have many years of experience in the industry. The course will focus on the mathematical, scientific and engineering principles that underpin mechanical and electrical engineering. We’ll also give you the opportunity to explore mechanical and electrical design and engineering materials and components. To give you a truly broad view, we’ll also put the industry into context, covering the relevant commercial legal issues like personnel, health, safety and risk and the need to promote sustainable development. Employers are looking for graduates who have the experience as well as the knowledge to succeed. That’s why we’ll also give you the option to take a placement in your third year, putting the skills you’ve learnt into practice.