We offer three undergraduate degree programmes in Engineering Mathematics, with identical entry requirements.
|MEng Engineering Mathematics||G161||4 years|
|BEng Engineering Mathematics||G162||3 years|
|MEng Engineering Mathematics with Study Abroad||G160||4 years|
Applications for all of our programmes must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Information about the application process can be found on the UCAS website.
More details about undergraduate admissions, the department and university are available from the University of Bristol Undergraduate Prospectus, including
All Engineering Mathematics undergraduate courses, whether BEng or MEng, have identical entry requirements.
Note that we do not require either Physics or Further Mathematics A-levels as pre-requisites for the course, though either (or both) may help the transition to university. Nevertheless we would like to encourage applicants to take Further Mathematics at A or AS levels if possible. Students who would benefit from studying AS/A level Further Mathematics, but whose schools/colleges cannot provide tuition, can access tuition through the Further Mathematics Support Programme.
|A Levels||AAA - A*AB to include an A in Mathematics|
|Subjects required at AS Level or equivalent||None|
|14-19 Advanced Diploma||Grade A overall in the Diploma in Engineering to include Mathematics A-level grade A (ASL)|
|Access||Treated individually; minimum is to pass Access to HE Diploma with at least 12 credits at Distinction in Mathematics and 21 credits at Merit|
|SQA||SH: AAAAA; AH: AA including A in Mathematics|
|Welsh Bacc||Pass Advanced Diploma with AA at A-level including Mathematics|
|IB Diploma||37 points with 6, 6, 6 at Higher level including Mathematics|
|EB||85% with 8 in Mathematics|
|IELTS||6.5 with minimum 6.0 in each part|
|Subjects required at GCSE or equivalent||Mathematics, Science and English Language|
|Selection:||UCAS form and interview|
|Part-time study available:||Not available|
You can also find full details of the entry requirements for all our programmes in the online prospectus.
You will be invited along to a visit day if you have applied to study with us, and we think you have the potential to do well on one of our courses. Visit days are held between November and March. The University provides a number of open days for prospective students wishing to visit. You will get the chance to meet academic staff, tour the facilities and the University as a whole, and see a range of presentations and exhibitions of what we do. Should you be unable to attend one of the University open days, tours for prospective students are also offered throughout the year, which are led by current students and organised centrally. If you cannot make one of those dates you are welcome to take a 'self-guided walking tour.'