The EME course at Strathclyde is accredited by both the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). This dual accredited degree introduces students to a wide range of engineering concepts from microprocessor electronics and 3D computer modelling to high-voltage power electronics and control systems; from aero and astronautical design through to structural and stability analysis. As a result of the unique combination of skills this course delivers, combined with the exposure to industry in the forms of placement and scholarship opportunities; the EME course at Strathclyde is highly respected within a number of industrial sectors, from Oil and Gas to Finance and Banking.


We are always impressed by the strong calibre of students from Strathclyde and have successfully recruited a large number of these students from various engineering disciplines into our graduate development programmes.
— Jane Richardson, Wood Group
The University of Strathclyde has an outstanding reputation for the quality of its engineering graduates.
— Dr Peter Hughes, Scottish Engineering

In a few short years the course has gone from strength to strength and has steadily grown, indeed this year applications had to close early due to the massive demand - a sign of the courses popularity. Now, with Strathclyde's investment programme well underway both the University and the EME course will continue on their upward trajectory - if you want to do engineering, EME @ Strathclyde is the place to be.


The excellent reputation, opportunity to study abroad and the project-based learning of this degree were the reasons I chose it. My scholarship provided financial support and its work placements insight into the life of an engineer. These, combined with my Year 4 studies at Clemson University, USA, really impressed my employer – I now work at Jaguar Land Rover.
— Thomas Owen, MEng 2014 Transmission Calibration Team - Jaguar Land Rover

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