About the courseMaterials are fundamental to any engineering activity and lie at the heart of research and development aiming to improve performance, efficiency, sustainability and profitability. Studying Materials leads to wide choice of well paid jobs and careers. Our MEng Materials Science and Engineering degree covers all the fundamental scientific, engineering and design aspects of Materials, their structure, properties, processing, in-service behaviour and environmental impact. Our degree is an established and proven Materials course, meeting the specific requirements of industry and relevant professional bodies, in particular the MEng degree satisfies the educational requirement towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status. Materials advancements are identified as strategically important to the UK and world economies. Materials engineers and scientists are involved with developments in high technology engineering such as aerospace, power generation and automotive, also across many industry sectors and consumer goods manufacturing.
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AboutThe University of Sheffield is a leading research university with a global reputation for excellence. Ranked in the world top 100 universities (QS World University Rankings 2020) and a member of the prestigious Russell Group, Sheffield offers a world-class education in a vibrant and welcoming city in the centre of the UK.
The university’s Students’ Union is number one in the UK (Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2019) and provides a range of clubs and societies, events, activities and volunteering opportunities to enhance the student experience.
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The University of Sheffield is not a campus university, though most of its 430 buildings are located in fairly close proximity to each other. It is divided geographically by the Sheffield Inner Ring Road. The Upper Hanover Street section of the ring road splits university buildings into the Western Bank and the St George’s campus areas.