Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Built Environment
At the University of Derby, we’re committed to developing the next generation of high-achieving scientists, technologists and engineers – ambitious and confident professionals who will go on to shape business and society.
As a student in our College of Engineering and Technology, you’ll be at the forefront of everything we do. We offer a learning experience which will stimulate and challenge you, teaching staff who are passionate about their subjects, and education with a personal touch – one-to-one support, small class sizes and bespoke advice and care. Our innovative teaching curriculum delivers a balanced programme of scientific theory and vocational skills.
Our academics are recognised, practising experts who are contributing to advances in their fields through influential research. They transfer this knowledge to you through highquality teaching delivered in modern laboratories and workshops, with access to cutting-edge software and equipment. They draw on their extensive contacts to bring you inspiring guest speakers, live projects and valuable placements.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Built Environment is based at Markeaton Street and is made up of the following subject areas:
- Architecture, Architectural Technologies and Interior Design
- Civil Engineering and Construction
- Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
- Motorsport Engineering
- Product Design
Mechanical Engineering and the Built Environment courses are based at Markeaton street - See the site map here.