Where do our graduates go next?
Our undergraduate degree schemes will prepare you for a great career in engineering.
Our class of 2014 have already found jobs with the companies you see here.
A new home for Engineering
Construction is well underway on a brand new engineering building at Lancaster University.
The new development will provide additional areas for future growth and recent new specialisms such as nuclear, energy and chemical engineering.
World-class challenges, world-class research
Engineering research at Lancaster is targeted at world-scale challenges such as decarbonising the electricity supply, protecting against nuclear proliferation and designing next generation electronic systems.
In the 2008 RAE, 100% of our publications were recognised internationally in terms of originality, significance and rigour.
Business and industry
Engineering at Lancaster has strong links with industry at all levels. Through its knowledge exchange team, Lancaster Product Development Unit (LPDU).
We have resource including physical resources, academics, students and engineers to address problems and help industry exploit opportunities.
On 24th October, forty teachers from across the South Lakes area visited the Faculty of Science and Technology, as part of a partnership between Lancaster University, Research Council UK, and the South Lakes Federation.
Thu 06 November 2014
The Department of Engineering at Lancaster University invites applications for two fully-funded MSc by Research Studentships in the Lancaster University Renewable Energy Group (LUREG) on a Novel and Environmentally Friendly Hydrokinetics Research Project. Read more
Fri 31 October 2014
The Windsor Fellowship in partnership with BAE Systems are offering the 'Futures in Engineering' programme which consists of a 12 week summer internship with BAE Systems with professional mentoring.
Fri 31 October 2014
Dr David Cheneler, Engineering
Tuesday 16 December 2014, 1430-1455
Lecture Theatre 1, Management School Building
It is well known that a cell's behaviour, i.e. whether it proliferates or it dies, is affected by its environment. In the lab, the response of isolated cells to stimuli such as radiation or presence of a certain chemical can be observed using various techniques.
Part-time industry-based courses
Our part-time Industry-based safety engineering courses are specifically aimed at mature students holding responsible positions in high-hazard industries - particularly the nuclear and aerospace sectors.
Next Generation Nuclear Centre for Doctoral Training
Engineering at Lancaster is a full Partner in the new EPSRC Next Generation Nuclear Centre for Doctoral Training which provides outstanding young nuclear engineers and scientists with intensive, broad-based training in collaboration with industrial companies, equipping them to take up senior roles within industry.
Continuing professional development
Several of our postgraduate MSc modules are now available as stand-alone CPD courses.