- Ideal for individuals who enjoy working with people, coordinating projects and leadership
- Combines fundamental engineering knowledge and skills with enhanced theory and practice in engineering management
- Focus on project-based learning: work on real-world projects with industry partners
- A collaborative first year lets you explore all core engineering disciplines
- Undertake work experience as a summer placement or ‘Year in Industry’
Expertise in energy policy, marine renewables, biofuels, electrical power and networks, wind, photo-voltaic and thermal technologies
8th in the UK for General Engineering
The Complete University Guide 2021
Taught in partnership with the University of Exeter’s triple accredited Business School
£6.5million investment in our teaching labs, workshop spaces and equipment.
Entry requirements (typical offer)
|Qualification||Typical offer||Required subjects|
|A-Level||AAB - ABB||GCE AL Maths grade B and another science* subject at grade B. Candidates may offer GCE AL Maths, Pure Maths or Further Maths|
|IB||34 - 32||HL5 in Mathematics (Analysis and Approaches) and HL5 in another Science subject. Applicants achieving IB Maths SL7 plus IB HL5 in Physics will also be considered.|
|BTEC||DDD - DDM||See below under 'read more' for further information.|
|GCSE||4 or C||Grade 4/C in GCSE English language|
|Access to HE||24 L3 Credits at Distinction Grade and 15 L3 credits at Merit Grade||12 L3 Credits at Merit Grade in Mathematics and 12 L3 Credits at Merit Grade in an acceptable Science subject area|
Specific subject requirements must still be achieved where stated above. Find out more about contextual offers.
|Other UK, EU and International equivalences|
|English language requirements||
International students need to show they have the required level of English language to study this course. The required test scores for this course fall under Profile B. Please visit our English language requirements page to view the required test scores and equivalencies from your country.
NB General Studies is not included in any offer.
Grades advertised on each programme webpage are the typical level at which our offers are made and provide information on any specific subjects an applicant will need to have studied in order to be considered for a place on the programme. However, if we receive a large number of applications for the programme we may not be able to make an offer to all those who are predicted to achieve/have achieved grades which are in line with our typical offer. For more information on how applications are assessed and when decisions are released, please see: After you apply
*GCE AL/AS science includes: Biology/Human Biology**; Chemistry; Computing; Design and Technology; Economics; Electronics; Environmental Studies; Geography; Geology; Life and Health Sciences; Physical Education; Physics; Psychology; Science (applied); Statistics.
**If more than one of these is taken they would only count as one 'science' but could count as two A-levels towards our general requirements.
BTEC Extended Diploma
Applicants studying one of the following BTEC Extended Diplomas will be considered without a GCE AL science subject, GCE AL Maths is still required: Applied Science, Aeronautical Engineering, Building Services Engineering Construction and the Built Environment, Civil Engineering, Operations and Maintenance Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Sustainability.
For any questions relating to entry requirements please contact the team via our online form or 01392 724061.
We are currently going through a process to renew the accreditation for this programme, which will be submitted for Partial CEng/IEng accreditation by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in 2022.
Our Engineering and Management programmes combine fundamental engineering knowledge and skills with enhanced management theory and practice, giving you the opportunity to develop as an engineer and a manager. Collaborative modules in your first year will give you a broad knowledge across all core engineering disciplines before specialising in either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from your second year.
The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.
The multidisciplinary ethos of the first year builds core theoretical and practical knowledge in mechanical, civil, materials, manufacturing, electronic and engineering mathematics. A year-long multidisciplinary group project provides a means of putting core knowledge into practice.
In your second year the core and optional modules start to take a more specialised pathway with a focus on Mechanical or Electrical Engineering.
If you are studying ‘with Year in Industry’ you will spend your third year on placement and carry out a 120 credit module. For more information about the ‘with Year in Industry’ programme, please see the course variants.
In the final year of your degree you’ll put into practice your research, project management and engineering skills through an extended individual project. You’ll do this whilst taking advanced management modules such as Operations Management and Industrial Awareness and Problem Solving.
UCAS code: HN13
Our four year ‘with Year in Industry’ programme includes a paid placement in business or industry for the duration of your third year. Work experience is a real advantage when entering the graduate job market. It’s also a great way to try out different jobs and to make contacts within companies you’re interested in working for.
Does it count towards my degree?
Yes, it’s worth 120 credits.
How does it affect my tuition fee?
During this year you will pay a reduced tuition fee. Visit the Tuition Fees page for more information.
How do I apply?
You can apply for this programme through UCAS using the code at the top of this page, or transfer onto this option at the end of your first year in an Exeter-based Engineering degree.
Preparation and support
We will help you to prepare for your work placement from early in your studies. A special module 'Employability and Placement Preparation for Engineers' takes place at the start of your second year. This is an opportunity to start thinking about your placement well in advance. You’ll also be invited to attend workshops offering guidance and support.
Tuition fees for 2023 entry
UK students: £9,250 per year
International students: £27,000 per year
The University of Exeter has over £2.5 million in scholarships available for students applying to study with us in 2023 - including our Global Excellence Scholarships* for international fee paying students and financial support for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, lower income households and other under-represented groups to help them access, succeed and progress through higher education.
* Terms and conditions apply. See online for details.
Learning and teaching
You’ll typically have between 25 and 32 hours of direct contact time per week with your tutors and you will be expected to supplement your lectures with independent study. You should expect your total workload to average about 40 hours per week during term time.
In addition to lectures you’ll also have access to our workshops and laboratories where you’ll be trained to use specialist equipment, supporting and developing what you’ve learnt in the classroom and enabling you to put what you’ve learnt into practice.
A research and practice led culture
All our academic staff are internationally-recognised scientists working across a wide range of topics. Your course will draw on the very latest ideas, research discoveries and new technologies in the field. You’ll be able to participate directly with current research at various stages throughout your degree.
Student projects are often linked to our research activities and may involve working with industrial partners. Recent projects have involved designing a transaction filter for cryptocurrency exchange, developing a tool to help the food industry move towards a circular economy and using AI to optimize domestic energy use.
Modules are assessed by a combination of continuous assessment through small practical exercises, project work, essay writing, presentations and exams. You must pass your first year assessment in order to progress to the second year, but the results do not count towards your degree classification.
Project work is a core element of this degree, providing invaluable experience of problem-solving, engineering design and team working. Projects are typically industrially driven, are commercially relevant and often directly involve a company.
This degree programme combines technical engineering training with management and is designed for those who will become future managers in a wide range of careers in: manufacturing or technical service industries; transport; communication; environment or leisure. It is also suitable for general managers who need a background in engineering; or management consultants or accountants who require further specialised training. On completing this accredited programme you'll become a qualified engineer but with the added benefit of management strings to your bow.
Engineers have a reputation as being articulate, numerate, problem solvers, who claim great job satisfaction. Typically, salaries are significantly higher for engineering graduates than the average for other graduates.
Exeter has an excellent reputation with graduate recruiters and a strong employment record. Our graduates excel in specialist engineering fields and across a broad range of other sectors. We offer a very wide range of opportunities for you to develop the skills employers are looking for.
Throughout your degree you will have the opportunity to meet with graduate employers. Professional engineers visit the university to hold mock interviews, allowing you to discuss your career opportunities at an early enough stage to inform your choice of modules and placement decisions.
The broad-based skills acquired during your degree will give you an excellent grounding for a wide variety of careers, not only those related to Engineering but also in wider fields. Examples of roles recent graduates are now working as include:
- Aerospace Engineer
- Chartered and Certified Accountant
- Civil Engineer
- Electronics Engineer
- Engineering Project Manager
- Project Engineer
- Information Technology Professional
- Mechanical Engineer
- Software Developer