Faculty of Engineering Study with us
Ways to study
As the largest Engineering Faculty on Scotland, we offer a flexible and innovative learning environment where you can enjoy a first-class student experience. Find out more about the different study options we have available within our eight departments.
With over 40 undergraduate courses to choose from, our flexible approach to study allows you to take classes from across the University, equipping you with the skills and experience required for your future career.
We provide high-quality advanced training, with an unrivalled portfolio of almost 70 innovative, industrially focused postgraduate taught courses. Many courses also offer an additional January start option.
We’re home to world-class researchers who work side-by-side with our doctoral researchers addressing local, societal and global challenges.
Where can an Engineering degree from Strathclyde take you?
Our close connections with industry ensure that our degrees remain relevant to employers and that students have the opportunity to work on projects assigned by companies that address real industrial challenges. Equipped with industry relevant skills, our graduates are in demand world-wide from employers.
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Our state-of-the-art facilities
Our students are improving the world we live in, and they are able to do so by having access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.
Check out our video, to discover more about the facilities available to students in our eight engineering departments.
We have scholarships on offer for both new and returning students, across all levels of study. We have scholarships offered at University and Faculty level, as well as by a number of our industry partners. Engineering at Strathclyde has such an excellent reputation that we’ve been selected by top companies and institutions to take part in their prestigious scholarship programmes.
Visit our scholarship database
Chat to a student ambassador
Want to know more about what it’s like to be a Strathclyde Engineering student at the University of Strathclyde? A selection of our current students are here to help!
Our Unibuddy ambassadors can answer all the questions you may have about their course experiences and studying at Strathclyde, along with offering insight into life in Glasgow and Scotland.Chat now!
MSc Technical Ship Management
When you live and study abroad you have the chance to broaden your mind and adopt a more globalised way of thinking. I strongly believe that studying abroad fits perfectly with someone who wants to pursue a more international career.
MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering
I would definitely recommend Strathclyde to anyone looking to study here, it is an excellent platform for international students. I hope that Strathclyde continues to welcome more international students, so more and more students are able to experience the amazing facilities and further their careers.
Md Arif Hasan
MSc Supply Chain and Procurement Managem
It was clear when doing my research that there was also a very welcoming culture at Strathclyde, which is of course important to me as an international student. I came here not just to study but also to have a memorable experience, which I have definitely had.
MSc Sustainable Engineering
Strathclyde focuses on the holistic development of students and makes them ready to lead the world. It was the best decision of my life to join the University of Strathclyde, and I am having a wonderful time here during my studies.
MSc Environmental Entrepreneurship
The academic personnel and staff are committed to delivering world-class teaching with professionalism and values that allow students to develop knowledge to improve humanity and the environment.
Being able to meet people from all over the world has been my favourite thing about studying at Strathclyde. I have had the opportunity to meet students, staff, colleagues and friends from different countries and different cultures. This has made my experience at Strathclyde even more valuable.