Your ideas can change the world. As we seek a more sustainable future, engineers will play a crucial role in transforming the way we live. You can help to create a fairer society, protect our oceans and solve the emissions crisis. Study civil, electronic, medical or mechanical engineering - and help build a better future. It all starts here, by studying an engineering degree at ARU.
Design is in everything that we use. Explore how sometimes the smallest change can makes life easier. Studying our new MEng Additive Manufacturing Engineering degree course at ARU will take you through the fundamentals of mechanical engineering, covering areas such as 3D printing. You'll be ready to work towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status after graduation.
Can you design the cars and vehicles of tomorrow? Whether you want to improve performance, lower carbon emissions, develop the perfect electric car or make vehicles safer, our four-year MEng Automotive Engineering course will get you there. Study in Chelmsford, and work towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status when you graduate.
Change the skyline in cities. Develop the built environments of the future. Study Civil and Construction Engineering at ARU, and gain the academic, technical and design skills you need to address challenges in the modern world. You'll also take a step towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
Can we help the environment more through our infrastructure? Is there a way to ensure that buildings are greener and more efficient? Develop the practical and academic skills you need to address these challenges, with our Civil and Environmental Engineering degree at ARU. When you graduate, you'll be ready to work towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
How can we change our current infrastructure to meet future requirements? Could you engineer a solution to change the world around you? Develop the skills you need to address these challenges, with our Civil and Structural Engineering degree in Chelmsford. It's a four-year course that prepares you to work towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
How would you improve urban resilience to earthquakes? Could you design and implement a clean water solution in a humanitarian crises? Become a Master of Engineering by studying our enhanced Civil Engineering accredited degree course and develop all the practical and academic skills required to address these challenges.
Study your Civil Engineering BEng (Hons) at ARU and apply its technologies to some of society’s most complex problems. On this Chelmsford-based degree you’ll be hands-on, going on site and tackling practical exercises in our specialist workshops. Get your hard hat on for a week-long construction project under real site conditions and gain further experience on a placement year. After graduating from our Civil Engineering BEng degree course, you can work towards Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
Master the essential engineering skills to creatively and innovatively address the challenges faced by the civil engineer of the 21st century. From day one of studying our Civil Engineering BSc (Hons) degree course, you will be working on real built environment projects using maths and science to tackle engineering problems. You will become well equipped to shape our future built environment whether it involves design, construction and maintenance of bridges, buildings and transportation systems, planning flood defences or developing infrastructure for sustainable energy generation.
Have you got the vision and drive to work in the construction industry? Get the skills, knowledge and understanding you need studying our Construction Management degree course. It's fully accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building and Chartered Association of Building Engineers. Based in Chelmsford, you’ll use industry-standard surveying equipment and the latest in computer-aided design, 3D modelling, project management and financial software. You can take a placement year and further develop your professional skills, as you work towards becoming a chartered professional.
Our modern lifestyle depends on electronics – from iPods to ovens, they’re everywhere. Studying our Electronic Engineering degree course at ARU, you’ll master a branch of technology essential to the way we live. In our new electronics laboratories in Chelmsford, you’ll use the latest industry-standard software to design, simulate and build electronic systems, and develop your creative problem-solving skills. Accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, this course offers a placement year in industry and leads to Incorporated Engineer status.