Our flexible course lets you tailor your studies to gain the skills, project experience and professional networks you need to achieve your engineering career ambitions in the field of robotics – and beyond. You’ll gain the technical knowledge and project experience that will give you a competitive edge as a robotics engineer.
You’ll explore all aspects of engineering to get a broad understanding of robotics, design, electronics, mechatronics and networking solutions. Using the latest hardware and software, including LabVIEW, SolidWorks and STEP-7, you’ll also learn to develop systems that control physical motion – such as the ones you’ll find in robotic applications and industrial automation.
You’ll have the flexibility to tailor your studies to complement your personal interests and career ambitions. From year two, you’ll have the option to carry on with your BEng Robotics or transfer to a design engineering or mechatronics programme.
Our weekly guest lectures give you the chance to enhance your industry knowledge and build contacts with some of the industry’s leading experts and companies. They’ll also give you the help, advice and feedback you need to start building your professional portfolio while you study.
Our London location gives you access to industry contacts, work experience opportunities and the chance to showcase your work at design engineering competitions. You’ll also have the option to get a feel for the industry with a paid, year-long work placement.
You be supported throughout your studies from your Personal Tutor to your Graduate Academic Assistant. Each one has studied your subject and will provide the support you need based on their own experience. If you need a little help with writing, numeracy or library skills, we can help with that too.
Our robotics degree has Institution of Engineering Designers (IED) accreditation and also meets the academic standards of Chartered Engineer (CEng). This means you’ll be able to apply for CEng status after gaining enough experience in an engineering role.
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Optional modules are usually available at levels 5 and 6, although optional modules are not offered on every course. Where optional modules are available, you will be asked to make your choice during the previous academic year. If we have insufficient numbers of students interested in an optional module, or there are staffing changes which affect the teaching, it may not be offered. If an optional module will not run, we will advise you after the module selection period when numbers are confirmed, or at the earliest time that the programme team make the decision not to run the module, and help you choose an alternative module.
Below are just a few examples of the types of careers that you could pursue after graduating with us:
Quoc-Tuan joined the department in 2013 and is currently the Programme Leader for Design Engineering suite of programmes. He has authored a textbook, co-authored five book chapters, and more than 100 research articles in ISI journals and major conference proceedings. His current research interests include physical-layer security, network coding, non-orthogonal multiple access, RF energy harvesting, device-to-device communications, heterogeneous networks, network-on-chip and the Internet of Things. He is a TPC member of the IEEE conferences. He was a recipient of the Best Paper Award from the IEEE/IFIP 14th International Conference on Embedded and Ubiquitous Computing, in 2016. He was honored as an Exemplary Reviewer of the IEEE Communications Letters, in 2017. He served as the Program Co-Chair for the INISCOM from 2018 to 2021 and the Technical Symposium Co-Chair for the SigTelCom from 2017 to 2021. He is also a frequent reviewer of the IEEE journals. He currently serves as an Editor for the Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing and the International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting and a Guest Editor for the EAI Endorsed Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems.
Vaibhav joined the department in 2013, and is currently the course leader for Design Engineering suite of programmes. He is actively involved in research areas as brain-computer interfaces, biomedical signal processing, computational intelligence, computational neuroscience, use-centric graphical user interfaces, and assistive robotics.
We’ll carefully manage any future changes to courses, or the support and other services available to you, if these are necessary because of things like changes to government health and safety advice, or any changes to the law.
Any decisions will be taken in line with both external advice and the University’s Regulations which include information on this.
Our priority will always be to maintain academic standards and quality so that your learning outcomes are not affected by any adjustments that we may have to make.
At all times we’ll aim to keep you well informed of how we may need to respond to changing circumstances, and about support that we’ll provide to you.