Bachelors in Robotics Technology in UK
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BEng (Hons) Robotics (Part Time)
University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
Whether you are interested in mechatronics, artificial intelligence or the possibilities for biosensors, the BEng Robotics will encourage you to push your limits. Our emphasis on high level robotics, including mobile and humanoid automation, and our focus on the electronics and hardware that support industrial and service robotics is complemented by the hands-on approach you'll develop in our specialist laboratories.
You will work in a world-class research environment with staff internationally renowned for conducting cutting-edge service and cognitive robotics research. You will take part in robotics competitions offering invaluable opportunities for exciting and highly formative, practical sessions of intense study. You’ll capitalise on the opportunity to take a work placement in your third year, putting your robotics skills into action in the real world.
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Robotics Engineering - BEng - MEng (Hons) Degree
Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
This integrated programme in Robotics Engineering will give you a broad exposure to one of the most dynamic and growing sectors in technology. The unique design of the programme will offer you the opportunity to study the most exciting aspects of robotics, and apply them to the design and development of sophisticated autonomous intelligent systems. You will be exposed to a wide range of robotics engineering theories and scientific applications, with consideration for the ethical issues surrounding the sector.
3 years (BEng) plus 1 year (MEng - subject to performance) full-time
BEng (Hons) Robotics Engineering with Year Abroad
Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Our robotics programme combines computer science, mechanical and electronic engineering to teach you how to develop, manufacture, analyse and deploy robotic, mechatronic and artificial intelligence systems. It is taught by Queen Mary’s Schools of Engineering and Materials Science and Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, and supported by world-leading experts from the Centre for Advanced Robotics @ Queen Mary.
During the first year, you will learn fundamentals in robotics and mechatronics, engineering mechanics and design, computation and programming and electrical and electronic systems. You will gain substantial knowledge on robotics and automation, their applications and mechatronic components. You will have fundamental skills and expertise in statics, dynamics, computer programming and analysis of electrical systems.
In Year 2, you’ll be taught specialised modules around robot kinematics, mechatronic systems, sensing and actuation, control and systems engineering, rapid prototyping and robot design, microcontrollers and advanced computer programming. You’ll also learn theory and practice in computer-aided design, programming and control for robotic, mechatronic and general electro-mechanical systems.
Year 3 modules will introduce robot dynamics and advanced control, modern programming and modelling methods for robotic and autonomous systems, fundamentals of artificial intelligence and human-robot interaction. A design project will provide an opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills to exciting research applications, working with academics from the Centre for Advanced Robotics @ Queen Mary and other world-leading research groups.
By the end of your third year, you’ll have become an expert in robotics and mechatronics with a unique combination of highly demanded skills from mechatronics, electronics, computer science and artificial intelligence.
If you choose the MEng option, you’ll also be taught courses on specialised and advanced robotics topics including cognitive robotics, biomedical applications of robotics, computer vision, machine learning, real-time control.
We've recently undertaken a review of our programmes to ensure that they will prepare you for life beyond 2030 and ensure they reflect the global challenges facing both our society and your future as engineers. We have developed the modules we offer in consultation with our students, staff and industry to enhance your student experience and graduate employability.
We have mapped the modules in our programmes to a range of attributes that we would like our students to attain, within the areas of creativity, resilience, communication and professional practice in order to produce well-rounded, interested and highly employable graduates. This not only ensures that students develop the required technical knowledge and understanding as they progress through their degree, but also gives us the confidence that students will graduate with skills they can apply to a range of future careers or higher-level study.
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Robotics Engineering (Foundation Entry), BEng (Hons)
University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom
Foundation Entry degree courses are designed for students who have the ability to study for a degree, but don’t have the necessary formal qualifications to directly enter their chosen Honours degree programme.
This course draws on knowledge from all the necessary strands of engineering. You’ll develop robotic and mechatronic systems for a range of applications including modern manufacturing, aerospace and the nuclear industry.
You’ll graduate with a wide skills base but we place a particular emphasis on complex systems for tele-operated, semi-autonomous and autonomous robots. You’ll incorporate aspects of sensing, control theory, computational intelligence and computing in your learning.
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Robotics with a Foundation Year BEng
The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
If you don't have the scientific or mathematical background for our engineering courses, this degree with a foundation year is for you. The foundation year will build your skills and knowledge in related areas to ensure you're ready to move on to your degree.
You'll study modules in mathematics, further mathematics, physics and engineering. Each of these will introduce you to the key concepts and skills in the subject, from calculus to the structure of atoms, and your engineering module will give you the chance to apply this knowledge practically as well as introducing core engineering principles.
After successfully completing your foundation year you'll be able to progress to the first year of the three-year BEng Mechatronic and Robotic Engineering.
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Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Robotics (with an industrial placement year) BEng (Hons)
University of Sussex, United Kingdom
On this course, you’ll have the opportunity to develop specific expertise in robotics alongside skills in electrical and electronic engineering. The optional year in industry is a valuable opportunity to experience work as an engineer within a commercial company. You’ll be able to contribute to design products and services that will shape the society of the future.
Our research in robotics, sensors, flexible electronics, medical robotics and imaging, dynamics and control and space systems informs our teaching. We have dedicated academic advisers to support you during your time at Sussex, as well as a team of student mentors.
You’ll study in our £12-million Future Technologies Labs, which provide a new space for building robots, programming embedded systems and digital signal processors, as well as computer design and modelling suites. You’ll have access to our flexible manufacturing system, industrial robotic manipulator, dedicated electronics lab, autonomous vehicles, and a real-time motion monitoring system.
You’ll gain hands-on experience with industry-standard equipment. In your final year, you’ll work on a project inspired by industrial needs. All this gives you the confidence, skills and experience for the next step in your career.
- Accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as an Incorporated Engineer and partially meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. Find out more
To help you gain experience and increase your employability, you can apply for an optional placement as part of your course. This can be a fantastic opportunity to gain real-life insight into industry as well as skills valued by employers. You’ll be responsible for applying for and securing your placement. Our dedicated careers team can help you:
- find an employer
- draft an application
- prepare for interviews.
Don’t worry if you’re not successful, you’ll simply transfer to a non-placement version of your course.
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Robotics (with a Year in Industry) BEng (Hons)
Liverpool Hope University, United Kingdom
Robotics is on the cusp of an exciting new era as Robots become more intelligent and find applications in an ever more diverse range of industries including Consumer and Healthcare Robotics. Our Robotics degree reflects recent software and hardware technological advances and exposes you to new, much sought-after skills and up-to-date areas of research. This four year degree includes a compulsory one year placement in industry
Recent technological advances are incorporated into the degree by developing novel cross-disciplinary approaches and subject areas such as Embedded Systems, Intelligent Systems and Mechatronics. You will experiment and interact with specialist software, hardware interfaces and systems, as well as exotic robots and fabrication facilities. You will be taught by academics whose research is rated as internationally excellent by the latest Research Excellence Framework in areas including Robotics, Intelligent Systems and Networks.
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MEng Robotics, Autonomous and Interactive Systems
Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom
Robotic and autonomous systems are now used in areas such as autonomous vehicle guidance, healthcare, remote surgery, industrial manufacturing and domestic assistance. This multi-disciplined robotics degree brings together electronics, computer software, and mechanics. In the first three years, you’ll be given a background in all three disciplines, along with the opportunity to build integrated systems. In the final two years, you can either continue with a broad-based curriculum, or specialise in particular aspects of contemporary robotics.
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