MEng Mechanical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

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September 2024

  • Full time 4/5 years
  • Part time
  • On campus
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Fees and Funding

Here's the fees and funding information for each year of this course

September 2024




Full time 4/5 years
Per year
Part time
Pro-rata full time fee
Full time 4/5 years
Per year




  • Core Modules

    Engineering Principles

    This module aims to provide students with the fundamental principles and concepts involved with dynamics, machine elements and electrical and electronic engineering. It enables students to select appropriate electromechanical systems to solve real-life engineering problems.


    Applied Mathematics & Computing

    The main aims of this module are to prepare students for level 5 study by developing the mathematical abilities required for understanding engineering and be able to apply mathematical techniques to solve engineering problems; to develop both the knowledge and understanding of mathematical principles and methodology necessary to underpin their education in their engineering discipline.



    The main aim of this module is to introduce the basic theories of thermo fluid mechanics. You will learn about the fundamentals of fluid behaviour, the interaction of fluids with solid bodies and fluid flow in pipes.


    Engineering Mechanics

    This module aims to develop your understanding of the fundamental structural characteristics governing the properties of engineering materials; and to introduce you to the fundamental concepts and principles of engineering mechanics.

    The module would provide you with an appreciation of the relationship between conceptual models and real engineering systems; and enable you to develop an analytical and practical approach to the solution of basic engineering problems based on the use of the fundamental principles of mechanics.

  • Core Modules

    Advanced Mathematics and Modelling

    The main aims of this module are to prepare students for level 6 study by developing the mathematical abilities required for understanding engineering and be able to apply mathematical techniques to solve engineering problems; to develop both the knowledge and understanding of mathematical principles and methodology necessary to underpin their education in their engineering discipline.


    Engineering Design and Analysis

    This module provides students with the knowledge of the main modes of failure that occur under various loading conditions, to enable the students to develop their understanding of the fundamental principles of the mechanics of materials and their application. The students’ skills in solving analytical and practical design problems relating to complex stress systems will be extended through project work using various commercial and/or non-proprietary engineering analysis software tools.


    Dynamics and Control

    This module covers dynamics and classical control theory, to enable the students to extend their treatment of dynamics from point masses to rigid bodies and cover a broad range of application of the principles of mechanics. The students will apply a variety of mathematical and modelling techniques to the study of dynamics and feedback control problems.


    Applied Mechanics

    This module provides new concepts in the deformation of materials under various loading conditions and extends the application of fundamental principles of mechanics of static systems to more advanced systems. This module introduces basic concepts and the principles of the finite element analysis (FEA) techniques and the application of FEA in structural and stress analysis.


    Thermofluids Dynamics

    This module covers heat transfer, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics exploring more theory so as to allow the students to perform industrial level analysis of processes. The scope includes an appreciation of fuels/combustion, power-producing cycles, internal/external fluid flows and further heat transfer. To extend the study of thermodynamic and fluid mechanics principles in order to provide the tools required for design and analysis of energy systems, and to provide a foundation for subsequent modules in these areas.

  • Optional Modules

    Industrial Sandwich Placement

    The aim of this module is to enable students to integrate the skills and knowledge students have acquired during the programme to produce reflections on and solutions to realistic work-based problems set within a real working environment

  • Core Modules

    Capstone Project

    The main aim of this module is to equip you with the necessary skills to carry out and report research in order to consolidate the knowledge gained in other modules in a chosen field of study, combine it with the published knowledge of others, investigate it practically and report your findings.


    Advanced Mechanics

    This module provides an advanced study on stress analysis including elasticity theory, inelastic deformations, fracture of materials and their application to practical engineering problems. It also introduces the concept of materials and process selection. The module provides an understanding of the scope of the materials mechanics/manufacturing technologies, the integrative role of materials selection in engineering and design and an appreciation of technological change, innovation and sustainable in an engineering context


    Advanced Manufacturing Technology

    This module is designed to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of flexible manufacturing technology used in a variety of industrial sectors; aims to help the student gain knowledge of advanced machining processes and technologies and the principles and practices of green manufacturing and manufacturing sustainability.


    Turbomachinery and Energy Systems

    This module introduces the students to the latest renewable energy technologies and provides an advanced study of heat transfer, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics exploring in-depth internal combustion engines, fluid-mechanics governing equations, performance of various types of pumps and turbines, and application of heat transfer to extended surfaces and heat exchangers.

  • Core Modules

    Mental Wealth: Professional Life (Engineering Management)

    To module assess the role of the engineer / construction manager in industry and the community. It investigates advances in engineering / construction technology and analyse its effect on the production process. The module will involve studying current management skills and the appropriate numerical techniques, contract procedures and financial controls.


    Applied Research and Engineering Practice II

    To enable you to demonstrate and apply a suitable research methods and techniques for a chosen topic in engineering field (e.g. civil, mechanical and general engineering) and analyse gathered data, display creativity and analytical skills, interpret in engineering context and critical discussion, and compose a research report.


    Advanced Fluids

    This module provides you with the opportunity to study higher level applied fluid mechanics, with emphasis on power-producing and energy systems.


    Automation and Robotics

    This module develops your knowledge and understanding of industrial and mobile robots, including other key components and software which make up robotic systems; and provides you with knowledge of a wide range of topics in the field of robotics, including the development of robots in the context of industrial applications and mobile robots.


    Smart Industries and Digital Manufacturing

    This module will introduce you to the principles of Industry 4.0 (fourth industrial revolution) including the current trends in smart sensing, automation and data exchange in manufacturing. You will demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of how industry 4.0 integrates smart sensors, communication networks and cloud storage to optimise production and enhance manufacturing yield.


    Intelligent Transport Systems

    This module aims to provide an introduction to the key concepts of transportation policy, transportation modelling and safety, along with an understanding of the technological and legal aspects of transportation as well as an awareness of environmental issues. The objective is to provide you with the knowledge that will enable you to become competent practitioners in transport systems and transport infrastructure areas.




Docklands Campus

Docklands Campus, Docklands Campus, London, E16 2RD


The teaching team includes qualified academics, practitioners and industry experts as guest speakers. Full details of the academics will be provided in the student handbook and module guides.