The 'Barn' Lecture Theatre is the largest on campus. With a capacity of 300 people, it is commonly used by 1st year science and engineering classes. The Theatre is equipped with a movie projector and a big-screen, as well as the usual slide projectors, OHPs, photoscanners and whiteboards.
Medical engineering is a major growth area in the world health care market. It is an interdisciplinary subject that will require you to have a thorough grounding in engineering and technology, and an understanding and empathy for key clinical concepts. The Medical Engineering programmes are designed for clinical relevance. They will provide you with the necessary technical competence and industrial awareness, alongside the necessary personal and clinical skills for this rewarding career path.
More information from the Medical and Helathcare prgramme team.
The Centre for Teaching Learning and Assessment aims to help the University achieve high standards in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and learning.
Our remit includes not only the professional development of teaching staff but more general responsibilities for the support of innovation and dissemination of good practice in teaching, and providing advice to students on their learning.
The Civil Engineering Research Facility consists of a dedicated laboratory facility. The testing laboratory is dedicated to research and development work, encompassing both empirical and numerical testing/design programmes. Recent research projects include: