We believe there should be no barriers to continuing education, and we strive to ensure that the future workforce has the skills they need to become the UK's upcoming engineers and inventors.
Our unique approach to undergraduate education enables full-time students, Higher Apprentices, and full-time employees to gain an engineering degree.
Our teaching staff deliver educational programmes not just at Warwick, but internationally, and the knowledge we can leverage from our research excellence enables our students to reach their highest possible standards.
Our undergraduate courses are delivered through a strategic partnership between WMG and the School of Engineering, meaning you will benefit from the expertise and facilities of two departments and a unified approach to teaching. WMG leads three degree courses:
Our pioneering Applied Engineering Programme (AEP) allows you to study for a Bachelor's in Engineering (BEng) while in full-time employment, or as part of a Degree Apprenticeship.
Our students come from a huge variety of areas in their companies, and can be of any age. For example, from those who have already completed standard apprenticeship schemes, those starting a Degree Apprenticeship, to more experienced staff looking to further develop their engineering skills and add value to their company.
The Dyson Institute of Technology offers 25 highly ambitious technology enthusiasts the chance to kick-start an engineering career, whilst working towards a university degree.
We’ve teamed up with them to offer a bespoke, highly technical Bachelor of Engineering degree, launching September 2017.
Our students in the news: