Interested in 2022 entry?

Explore our online prospectus for information about joining us next September.

Find out more – undergraduate prospectus 2022

Undergraduate courses for entry in 2021

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  • Ranked fourth in the UK for Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    QS World University Rankings, 2019

  • All courses accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Measurement and Control (InstMC), providing a route to professional registration

  • More than £400 million investment in new facilities for teaching and research, in a purpose-built home for engineering and materials science and the largest High Voltage lab in any UK university

Why study Electrical, Electronic and Mechatronic Engineering at Manchester?

Our academic staff specialise in subjects ranging from small-scale nanoelectronics through to large-scale power systems. Key themes include electronic engineering for agriculture, resilient energy systems and robotics for extreme environments.

We have received praise from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for the way in which our research feeds into our teaching, which is essential to produce the engineers of the future.

Hands-on project work is key to becoming an engineer and our practical courses and leading facilities let you do exactly that.